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THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 
19 3 2. 

OFFICIAL RECORD 

OF THE 

Holston Annual Conference 

Methodist Episcopal Church, South 



One Hundred and Ninth Session 

Held at Johnson City, Tenn. 

October 5-9, 1932 



Bishop W. N. Ainsworth President 

Rev. James A. Burrow Secretary 

Rev. J. F. Benton . . . ; Assistant Secretary 

Rev. E. a. Shugart Assistant Secretary 

Rev. J. E. Wolfe Assistant Secretary 

Rev. D. Trigg James Statistical Secretary 

Rev. a. V. Rudy Statistical Secretary 

Rev. M. S. Kincheloe Statistical Secretary 



Edited by James A. Burrow, Secretary 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 



SESSIONS OF THE HOLSTON ANNUAL CONFERENCE 
FROM 1824 TO 1932 



Place of Sessions 



Knoxville, Tenn 

Jonesboro, Tenn 

Abingdon, Va. 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Jonesboro, Tenn 

Abingdon, Va 

Ebenezer, Tenn. _ 

Athens, Tenn. 

Evenshnni, \'a. _ 

Kingsport, Tenn. .._. 

Abingdon, Va. 

Abingdon, Va 

Reeni's Creek, N. C. 
Madisonville,Tenn. - 

Wytheville, Va 

Greeneville, Tenn.... 

LaFayette, Ga. 

Rogersville, Tenn. .. 
Knoxville, Tenn. .... 

Abingdon, Va. 

Reem's Creek, N. C. 

Athens, Tenn. 

Wytheville, Va. .... 

Jonesboro, Tenn 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Cleveland, Tenn. 

Abingdon, Va. 

Athens, Tenn 

Asheville, N. C. 

Wytheville, Va 

Cleveland, Tenn. 

Jonesboro, Tenn 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Marion, Va. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Abingdon, Va. 

Asheville,N. C 

Greeneville, Tenn. .. 

Athens, Tenn. 

Wytheville, Va. 

Bristol, Tenn. 

Marion, Va. 

Cleveland, Tenn 

Asheville, N. C 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Abingdon, Va. 

Wytheville, Va 

Morristown, Tenn. ., 
Chattanooga, Tenn. . 

Marion, Va 

Asheville, N. C. 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Bristol, Tenn. 

Cleveland, Tenn 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Abingdon, Va. 

Morristown, Tenn. 

Wytheville, Va 

Asheville, N. C. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Bristol, Tenn. 

Cleveland, Tenn 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Abingdon, Va. 

Asheville, N. C. ..... 

Morristown, Tenn. 

Bristol, Tenn 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Wytheville, Va. ..... 

Knoxville, Tenn. .... 

Abingdon, Va 

Tazewell, Va 

Cleveland, Tenn. ... 



Date of 
Beginning 



President 



Secretary 



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, 1824 
, 1825 
, 1826 
, 1827 
, 1828 
, 1829 
, 1830 
, 1831 
, 1832 
, 1833 
, 1834 
, 1835 
, 1836 
, 1837 
, 1838 
, 1839 
, 1840 
, 1841 
, 1842 
, 1843 
, 1844 
, 1845 
, 1846 
, 1847 
, 1848 
, 1849 
, 1850 
, 1851 
, 1852 
, 1853 
, 1854 I 
, 1855 
, 1856 
, 1857 
, 1858 
, 1859 
, 1860 
, 1861 
, 1862 
, 1865 
, 1864 
, 1865 
, 1866 
, 1867 
, 1868 
, 1869 
, 1870 
, 1871 
, 1872 
. 1873 
, 1874 
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, 1877 
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, 1880 
, 1881 
, 1882 
, 1883 
, 1884 
, 1885 
, 1886 
, 1887 
, 1888 
, 1889 
, 1890 
, 1891 
, 1892 
, 189? 
, 1894 
, 1895 
, 1896 



Bishop Roberts 

Bishops Roberts and Soule . 

Bishop Soule 

Bishop Roberts 

Bishop Soule 

Bishop Soule 

Bps. McKendree & Soule — 

Bishop Hedding 

Bishop Emory 

Bishop Roberts 

J. Henninger 

Bishop Andrew 

Samuel Patton 

Bishop Morris 

Bishop Andrew.. 

T. K. Catlett 

Bishop Morris 

Samuel Patton 

Bishop Waugh 

Bishop Morris 

Bishop Janes 

Bishop Andrew 

Bishop Capers 

Bishop Andrew 

Bishop Paine .... .... 

Bishop Capers .. 

Bishop Andrew 

Bishop Capers .. 

Bishop Andrew 

Bishop Paine 

Bishop Pierce 

Bishop Paine 

Bishop Andrew 

Bishop Early 

Bishop Andrew 

Bishop Early ._ 

Bishop Paine 

Bishop Andrew 

Bishop Early 

Bishop Early 

Bishop Early 

Bishop Early 

Bishop McTyeire 

Bishop Wightman 

Bishop Wightman 

Bishop Dogett 

Bishop Kavanaugh 

Bishop Pierce 

Bishop Dogett 

Bishop Keener . .. 

Bishop Dogett 

Bishop McTyeire 

Bishop Wightman 

Bishop Dogett 

Bishop Kavanaugh 

Bishop Pierce 

Bishop McTyeire .... 

Bishop McTyeire 

Bishop Wilson 

Bishop McTyeire 

Bishop Keener 

Bishop Keener 

Bishop McTyeire .... 

Bishop McTyeire 

Bishop Hargrove 

Bistiop Wilson 

Bishop Keener 

Bishop Galloway . 

Bishop Fitzgerald .... 

Bishop Duncan 

Bishop Granbery 

Rishnp Duncan .... 

Bishop Galloway 



John Tevis 
T. Stringfield 

E. F. Sevier 
E. F. Sevier 
E. F. Sevier 
E. F. Sevier 
E. F. Sevier 
T. Stringfield 
L. S. Marshall 
L. S. Marshall 
L. S. Marshall 
L. S. Marshall 
L. S. Marshall 
L. S. Marshall 

D. R. McAnally 

E. F. Sevier 
E. F. Sevier 
E. F. Sevier 
E. F. Sevier 
E. F. Sevier 
C. D. Smith 
C. D. Smith 
C. D. Smith 

C. D. Smith 
E. F. Sevier 

D. R. McAnally 
D. R. McAnally 

C. D. Smith 
W. C. Graves 
W. C. Graves 
W. C. Graves 
W. C. Graves 
W. C. Graves 
J. N. Huffaker 
J. N. Huffaker 

D. Sullins 

J. H. Brunner 
J. H. Brunner 

E. E. Wiley 
J. W. Dickev 
J. W. Dickey 
J. H. Brunner 
J. H. Brunner 
R. N. Price 
R. N. Price 
R. N. Price 
R. N. Price 
R. N. Price 
R. N. Price 

F. Richardson 
F. Richardson 
F. Richardson 
F. Richardson 
F. Richardson 
F. Richardson 
B. W. S. Bishop 
B. W. S. Bishop 
B. W. S. Bishop 
W. C. Garden 
W. C. Garden 
W. C. Garden 
W. C. Garden 
W. G. Garden 
W. G. Garden 
■^v. C. Garden 
"IV. C. garden 
■iv, c. Cardan 
W. C. Garden 

J. A. Burrow 
I. A. Burrow 
I. A. Burrow 
J. A. Burrow 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 



Place of Sessions 



Date of 
Beginning 



President 



Secretary 



Bristol, Tenn. 

Morristown, Tenn. 
Bluefield, W. Va. .. 



77|Chattanooga, Tenn. 



Knoxville, Tenn. 
Wytheville, Va. -- 
Morristown, Tenn. 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
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Oct. 
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Oct. 
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Sept. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
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Oct. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
109| Johnson City, Tenn. [Oct. 



81 Abingdon, Va. 

Bristol, Tenn.-Va. _.. 

Cleveland, Tenn. 

Bluefield, W. Va. ... 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Tohnson City, Tenn. 
Chattanooga, Tenn... 
Morristown, Tenn..., 

Abingdon, Va 

Cleveland, Tenn. 

91lBristol, Tenn.-Va. .. 

92|Knoxville, Tenn. 



Bluefield, W. Va. ... 

94 Pulaski, Va 

95 Johnson City, Tenn. 

96 Princeton, W. Va. .. 

97 Chattanooga, Tenn... 
98 1 Morris town, Tenn... 
99|Bristol, Va. 

lOOlBluefield, W. Va , 

lOllKnoxville, Tenn 

102lChattanooga, Tenn... 
!05|Johnson Citv, Tenn. 

104 Knoxville, Tenn 

105|Princeton, W. Va... 
106|Chattanooga, Tenn. . 
107|Bristol, Va.-Tenn.... 
iqSlPuIaski, Va 



6, 1897 
12, 1898 

11, 1899 

10, 1900 
9, 1901 
8, 1902 

8. 1903 

12, 1904 

11, 1905 
10, 1906 

9, 1907 
6, 1908 
6, 1909 

5, 1910 
4, 1911 

2, 1912 
1, 1913 

14, 1914 

6, 1915 

4, 1916 
10, 1917 
30, 1918 

8, 1919 
6, 1920 

5, 1921 

27, 1922 

3, 1923 

1, 1924 
30, 1925 

6, 1926 

28, 1927 
3, 1928 

2, 1929 
9, 1930 
7, 1931 
5, 1932 



Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 
Bishop 



Key. 

Hargrove 

Wilson 

Granbery 

Hendrix 

Morrison. 

Hoss 

Smith 

Duncan 

Galloway ... 
Morrison ... 

Hoss 

Hoss 

Candler 

Kilgo 

Kilgo 

Denny _.. 

Waterhouse. 

Murrah 

Atkins 

Waterhouse 

Denny... 

Denny 

Denny 

Denny 

Mouzon 

Mouzon 

Mouzon 

Mouzon 

DuBose 

DuBose 

DuBose 

DuBose 

DuBose 

DuBose 

Ainsworth . 



J. A. 
J. A. 

J. A. 
J. A. 
J. A. 
T. A. 
J. A. 
J. A. 
J. A. 
J. A. 
J. A. 
I. A. 
T. A. 

r. A. 
r. A. 

J. A. 

r. A. 
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J. A. 
T. A. 
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Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Buirrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Buirrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Bnrrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 
Burrow 



OUR SAINTED DEAD 

"And I heard a voice from heaven saying unto me, Write, Blessed are the dead which die in 
the Lord, from henceforth; yea, saith the Spirit, that they may rest from their labors) and their 
works do follow them." — Rev. XIV: 13. 



Names 



M 



Admitted on 
Trial 



Where Buried 






Moses Black ^... 

George Atkin 

James G. B. Spear 

John Henninger 

Thomas Wikerson .... 

6 I Mitchell Martin 

7 i Eli K. Hutsell 

8 I Ira Falls 

John Bowman 

O. F. Cunningham ... 

David Fleming 

James Y. Crawford . 

James Dixon .... 

Ransom M. Moore ... 

John Barringer 

Leander W. Wilson.. 

David Adams 

Samuel Patton ... 

Washington Boring .. 

Ulrich Keener 

George Eakin 

Jesse Cunningham . 

John M. Kelly 

John M. Varnell 

A.M. Goodykoontz .. 
Thomas Stringfield ... 

Charles Mitchell 

Andrew Gass 



9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 



176911797 
17931 ..... 

...... 11822 

1811 



1805 



1733 
1813 



1837 
1825 
1832 
1812 
1833 
1824 
1823 
-..--.11811 
-.- 11849 
- II827 
181611836 
179811821 
179711819 
1822II851 
180011825 
11811 
178911811 
1802 1828 
1849 
1838 
179611816 
181411851 
179211843 



Tennessee 1 

Western 1 



Western .... 

Holston 

Holston 

Tennessee .. 
Tennessee .. 
Holston .... 
Tennessee . 
Western .... 

Holston 

Holston .... 
Holston -.-. 
Tennessee . 
Tennessee -. 

Holston 

Holston ... 
Western .... 
Western ... 
S. Carolina 
Holston ... 
Baltimore . 
Tennessee . 

Holston 

Holston .... 



809 
827 
833 
838 

8391 
843 
844 



850 
850 

851 
851 
353 
854 
8541 
8561 
8561 
8561 
867 
857 
858 
853 
859 
859 



Abingdon, Va. 



Cleveland, Tenn. 

Abingdon, Va. 

Charleston, Tenn. 

Sulphur Springs, N. C. ... 

Roane Co., Tenn. 

Rhea town, Tenn. 

Wheeler's Chapel, Tenn. 

Kingston, Tenn. 

Rogersville, Tenn. 



12] 12 



Abingdon, Va. 



Strawberry Plains, Tenn. 
Kingsport, Tenn. 

Sullivan Co., Tenn 

Jackson Co., N. C. 

Uriel, Tenn. 

Mt. Harmony, Tenn 

Tazewell, Tenn -.. 

Calhoun, Tenn. 

Clear Branch, Va 

Strawberry Plains, Tenn. 

Carrol Co., Va. 

Dandridge, Tenn. .. 



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OUR SAINTED DEAD— Continued 



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Admitted on 
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Where Buried 






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31 
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Robertson Gananaway ._ 

Creed Fulton .— 

William K. Foster 

Elbert F. Sevier 

Samuel A. Miller 

W. W. Smith 

Rufus M. Stevens 

James R. Ballew 

George M. Profit 

H. B. Swisher - 

Edwin C. Wexler 

John D. Wagg 

Jesse G. Swisher ... 

Daniel R. Reagan 

Thomas K. Catlett ... 
James K. Stringfield .... 
Thomas K. Munsey .... 

Joseph L. McGhee 

Samuel B. Harwell 

Samuel Alexander . 

Edward F. Lyons 

E. Waverly Marsh 

Jacob BriUhart 

John M. Crismond 

George W. Martin 

Daniel C. Carter 

James W. Dickey 

John Reynolds 

Wiley B. Winton 

William W. Neal 

Carroll Long 

L. W. Thomson 

Francis A. Farley 

W. M. Crawford 

Samuel S. Grant 

Elbert L. Barrett 

William Hicks 

Joseph Haskew 

William H. Barnes 

Henry B. Avery 

H. G. Blankenbecker ... 
William B. Pickens .... 

John H. Robeson 

Archibald T. Brooks ... 

James K. P. Ball 

John D. Baldwin 

Timothy SuUins _. 

William M. Bellamy.... 

Larkin W. Crouch 

James T. Smith 

David R. Smith 

John S. Bourne 

William L. Turner 

Samuel D. Gaines 

George W. Renfro 

Samuel R. Wheeler 

David C. Home 

George Stewart 

Andrew J. Frazier. 

George W. Miles 

James N. S. Huffaker . 

Thomas J. Pope 

William W. Witcher .. 

John M. McTeer 

Ephraim E. Wiley 

Tobias F. Smythe 

John L. M. French 

Rufus W. Kite 

George W. K. Greene 
Emory B. Robertson .... 

John R. Bellamy 

Riley A. Giddins 

Benj. W. S. Bishop .... 

G. M. F. Hampton 

Sewell Phillips 

Phillip Sutton .... 

James R. Chambers 



1780 



1814 
1808 
1836 



1828 
1835 
1803 
1834 
1798 
1839 
1816 
1844 

1836 
1836 
1847 
1808 

1821 
1803 
1829 
1797 
1812 
1824 
1833 
1849 

1842 
1839 

1811 
1797 
1812 
1839 
1850 
1845 
1818 
1817 
1844 
1818 
1812 
1847 

1819 
1835 
1856 
1811 
1811 
1823 
1816 
1857 
1821 
1836 
1829 
1827 
1817 
1817 
1824 
1814 
1837 
1838 
1858 
1831 
1855 
1866 
1818 
1834 
1850 
1831 
1823 
1850 



1827 
1823 
1853 
1823 
1836 
1851 
1834 
1860 
1858 
1860 
1850 
1858 
1844 
1859 
1825 
1858 
1840 
1869 
1819 
1860 
1866 
1869 
1848 
1847 
1S63 
1827 
1852 
1819 
1833 
1846 
1845 
1872 
1860 
1873 
1858 
1873 

1827 
1838 
1860 
1877 
1877 
1870 
1871 
1869 
1850 
1832 
1878 
1846 
1847 
1868 
1881 
1837 



1847 
1861 
1885 
1851 
1860 
1854 
1846 
1854 
1854 
1847 
1840 
1860 
1861 
1884 
1859 
1878 
1891 
1848 
1856 
1879 
1851 
1854 
1887 



Holston 

Tennessee .... 

Holston 

Tennessee .... 

Holston 

Holston - 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston ... .. 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston - 

Holston --.. . 
Holston 
Tennessee .... 
Missouri .... 
Tennessee .... 
Holston 

Kentucky 

Holston .... . 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

S. Carolina ... 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston - 

Holston 

Holston 

N. Carolina . 
Mississippi ... 

Holston 

Holston 

N. Carolina . 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 

W. Virginia . 

Holston 

Holston 

Holston 



1860 
1851 
1861 
1862 
1863 
1863 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864| 
1865 
1866 
1866 
7 

1867 
1870 
72 
73 
1874 
1874 
1874 
1874 
1874 
1875 
1875 
1876 
1876 
1876 
1878 
1878 
1878 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1881 
1882 
1882 
18 82 
1882 
1883 
1883 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1886 

1887 

1 

1 

1889 

1889 

1899 

1890 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1892 

1892 

1892 

1 

1892 

1893 

1893 

189 3 

1894 

1894 

1894 

1894 

1895 

1895 

1895 

1896 

1896 

1896 



Smyth Co., Va. ...... 

Emory, Va. 

New Hope, W. Va. 
Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Lee Co., Va. 



Covington, Ky. 
North Carolina 



Greeneville, Tenn. . . 

Alabama 

Hillsville, Va. 

Calhoun, Tenn. 

Georgia 

Abingdon, Va 

Asheville, N. C. 

Calhoun, Tenn 

Sweetwater, Tenn. . 

Kingston, Tenn. 

Marion, Va. 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Rhea Co., Tenn. 

Sweetwater, Tenn. 
Liberty Hill, Tenn. . 
Bakersville, N. C. . 
Liberty Hill, Tenn. 
Cedar Branch, Va. . 
Asheville, N. C. ... 

Springfield, Mo. 

Rhea Springs, Tenn. 
Wesleyana, Tenn. . 

Floyd, Va. 

Jonesville, Va. 

Boone, N. C. .. 

Jackson, Tenn. 

Shiloh, Tenn. 

Bluff City, Tenn. ... 

Abingdon, Va. 

Princeton, W. Va. . 



Greeneville, Tenn 

Ducktown, Tenn. 

Buncombe Co., N. C. 

Falls Mill, Va. 

Spring Creek, Tenn. .. 

Sneedville, Tenn 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Scott Co., Va 

Calhoun Co., Tenn. .. 

Asheville, N. C 

Rogersville, Tenn. 

Spring Valley, Va 

Jonesville, Va 

Bristol, Tenn 

Harriman, Tenn. 

Alderson, W. Va. 

Rockwood, Tenn 

Wythe Co., Va 

Knoxville, Tenn, . 

Marion, Va. 

Knox Co., Tenn 

Vernon, Texas. 

Cleveland, Tenn. 

Wytheville, Va 

Emory, Va 

Near Emory, Va. 

Wythe Co., Va. 

Bristol, Tenn. 

Bland Co., Va. 

Dalton, Ga 

Elizabethton, Tenn. . 

Cleveland, Tenn. 

Emory, Va 

Riceville, Tenn. 

Eagle Furnace, Tenn. 
Princeton, ^V. Va. .... 
Blountville, Tenn _ 



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8 

25 

12 

12 

30 

4 

4 

1 

14 

5 

2 

5 

38 

11 

17 



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37 
21 
34 
21 
28 
15 
28 
32 

6 
14 

6 
14 

7 

34 
31 



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5 
26 
13 

8 
19 
32 
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6 
19 
18 
13 
27 

5 
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32 
35 
20 

9 
38 
35 
53 
17 
32 

8 
20 
11 

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14 
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27 

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6 

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10 
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24 
9 

12 
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6 
6 
4 
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10 

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6 

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17 

5 
11 

4 
11 

6 
22 
17 
22 
14 

2 

5 

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12 
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OUR SAINTED DEAD— Continued 



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167 
168 
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172 
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174 
175 
176 
177 
178 
179 
180 
181 
182 



Admitted on 
Trial 



Where Buried 



Fleming D. Crumley 

Jefferson D. Akers 

James A. Davis 

Henry P. Waugh 

John H. Kennedy 

John R. Cunningham 

W. G. E. Cunningham .- 

John Alley 

Joseph F. Wampler 

James K. Wolfe 

Wm. H. Henderson 

Edward W. Walker 

William L. Jones 

John H. Keith 

William H. Dawn 

Rufus M. Hickey 

Elbert S. Bettis..... 

Jones F. Hash 

Alex. E. Woodward 

John W. Robertson 

Enoch W. Moore .... 

Francis M. Grace 

Rush F. Jackson 

William P. Doane 

William Robeson 

John R. Stradley 

William M. Dyer 

Samuel S. Weatherly 

William H. Bates 

James S. Kennedy 

James Mahoney 

Charles H. Fogleman 

Joseph B. Davis 

John C. Runyan 

James M. Jimison 

James E. Swecker 

John D. Hickson 

Robert E. Smith 

John Boring 

Milton J. Butcher 

Jacob R. Payne 

John Woolsey 

William H. Kelly 

John B. Carnes 

William W. Pyott 

George B. Draper .... 

Frank Richardson 

John P. Dickey .... 

James O. Straley 

James W. Belt 

Henry C. Neal 

Joseph A. Darr 

James R. Hunter 

Robert A. Hutsell 

William C. Paris 

Charles K. Miller 

John H. Brunner 

Erastus H. Bogle 

George S. Wood 

Jaires E. Bruce 

Milton L. Clendenen 

Mitchell P. Swaira 

Will L. Sorrell 

John A. Duvall 

Robey K. Sutherland 

John R. Walker 

Ayres Kincaid 

Joseph A. Bilderback 

John M. Wolfe 

David Sullins 

John Wesley Smith... 

John L. Prater 

John M. Maiden 

Charles T. Carroll 

Elbert W. Fisher 

Benj. F. Nuckolls __ 

Elijah Embree Hoss.. 



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1868 
1825 

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1844 
1820 
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1848 
1847 
1846 
1846 
1853 
1839 

1820 
1859 
1870 
1831 
1850 
1832 
1833 
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1860 
1891 
1867 
1855 
1872 
1875 
1843 
1845 
1876 



1822 
1825 
1857 
1857 

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18261 


1828 


1885 


1833 


1845 


1877 


1861 


1835 


1846 


1827 


1873 


1840 


1851 


1824 


1838 


1846 


1855 


1831 


1844 


1864 


1829 


1847 


1864 


1847 


1856 


18 32 


1825 


1842 


1872 


1840 


1833 


1832 


1868 


1860 


1870 


1850 


1849 


1846 


1844 


1827 


1853 


1854 


1842 


1885 


1838 


1849 



1895 
1889 
1882 
1870 
1872 
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1893 
1891 
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1884 
1859 
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1856 
1885 
1873 
1846 
1852 
1859 
1902 
1874 
1871 
1895 
1890 
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1870 
1851 
1896 
1861 
1888 
1848 
1888 
1866 
1889 
1854 
1871 
1884 

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1887 
1889 
1872 
1880 
1860 
1847 
1869 
1892 
1844 
1867 
1853 
1892 
1886 
1894 
1876 
1872 
1872 
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1879 
1890 
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1911 
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1897 
1897 
1898 
1898 
1898 
1898 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1901 
1901 
1902 
1902 

1902 
1903 
1903 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1905 
1905 
190 5 
1905 
1905 
190 5 
1905 
1905 
1907 
1907 
1907 
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1909 
1909 
1909 
1910 
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1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
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1912 
1912 
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1913 
1913 
1913 

1913 

1914 

1914 

1915 

1915 

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1915 

1915 

1916 

1917 

1917 

1917 

1917 

191 

191 

1918 

1918 

1918 

1918 

1919 

1919 



Fall Branch, Tenn. 

Montgomery Co., Va. 

Emory, Va. 

Morristown, Tenn. 

Morristown, Tenn. 

AVheeler'S Chapel, Tenn. 

Nashville, Tenn. 

Dunlap, Tenn. 

McDaniel's Chapel, Tenn. 
New Providence, Tenn. ... 

Decatur, Tenn. 

Graham, Va. 

Morristown, Tenn. 

Asheville, N. C 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Morristown, Tenn. 

Emory, Va. 

Grayson Co., Va. 

Tate Spring, Tenn. 

Jasper, Tenn. 

Independence, Va. 

Owenton, Ala. 

Emory, Va. 

Friends Station, Tenn. ... 

BlountviUe, Tenn. 

Hi\\asee College, Tenn.... 

Emory, Va. 

Emory, Va. 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Knoxville, Tenn. .- 

Wallace, Va. ... 

Russell Co., Va 

Emory, Va. 

Pleasant Grove, Tenn. ... 

Emory, Va. 

Wythe Co., Va. 

Afton, Tenn. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. „ 

Chattanooga, Tenn 

Surgoinsville, Tenn 

Telford, Tenn. 

Powell's Station, Tenn... 

Tazewell, Va. 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Emory, Va. 

Emory, Va. 

LaFollette, Tenn. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 

Emory, Va. 

Speer's Ferry, Va 

Abingdon, Va. 

Jasper, Tenn. 

St. Elmo, Tenn. 

LaFollette, Tenn. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Rural Retreat, Va. 

Hiwasee College, Tenn... 

Bristol, Va. 

Hilton, Va. 

Bland County, Va. 

Bristol, Tenn. 

Liberty Hill, Tenn. 

Clinton, Tenn. 

Emory, Va. 

Emory, Va. 

■Wytheville, Va. 

Cleveland, Tenn. 

Sweetwater, Tenn. 

Dryden, Va. 

Cleveland, Tenn. 

Pulaski, Va. 

Bristol, Va. 

Emory, Va. 

Morristown, Tenn. 

Wythe Co., Va. 

Galax, Va 

Jonesboro, Tenn. 



24 



50 

7 

12 

20 

40 



29 



29 
5 
7 

18 



20 

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23 
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OUR SAINTED DEAD— Continued 



Names 



Admitted on 
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Where Buried 






U en 



183 I Samuel H. Hall- 



Frank M. Reynolds 

Landon C. Delashmit ._ 

Jacob Smith — — . 

William C. Crockett... 

David McCracken 

John N. Hobbs 

William W. Hicks 

R. G. Waterhouse 

J. William Rader 

John C. Bays 

Richard N. Price 

Edward W. Mort 

Jacob L. Griffitts 

Lyle M. Neel 

Samuel K. Byrd 

Absalom D. Stewart — 

George D. French 

H. M. Houston 

George W. Jackson 

John H. Parrott 

John S. W. Neel 

William C. Garden 

Eugene Blake 

George L. Lambert 

Fred Gordon .— 

David M. Graybeal 

J. Harvey Umberger.— . 
George W. Summers.... 

Charles M. James 

Frank Alexander 

Harry B. Duncan 

Levi K. Haynes 

William H. Price 

Rufus M. Standefer 

Elijah F. Kahle 

Jas. A. L. Perkins 

Arthur S. Thorn 

John M. Romans 

Stephen S. Catron 

Daniel H. Carr 

John W. Carnes 

William D. Mitchell.... 

Gasper A. Carner 

Luther S. Reynolds 

John B. Ward 

William C. Hicks 

S. T. M. McPherson... 

Henry C. Clemens 

Wm. C. Thompson 

James A. Lyons 

Leonard J. Williams ... 

John G. Helvey 

Robert A. Owen 

Charles R. Brown... 

Kennerley C. Atkins.... 

Wm. R. Bamett 

Rufus K. Triplet! 

Silas A. McGhee 

Newton F. Walker 

Alfred H. Towe 

John W. Malone 

Jerome V. Hall 

John M. Paxton 

Thomas C. Schuier 

N. Rhea Cartright 

John S. Henley 

Lemuel L. H. Cariock.. 

Elbert L. Addington 

George W. Simpson 

David P. Hurley 

J. Tyler Frazier 

Thomas Priddy . 

B. C. Wilson 

Walter Hodge 

Charles E. Steele 



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1875 

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1852 

1855 

1855 

1849 

1855 

1869 

1852 

1830 

1855 

1869 

1902 

1854 

1833 

1845 

1887 

1853 

1844 

1839 

1846 

1856 

187 

1889 

1866 

1864 

1853 

1845 

183 

1899 

1841 

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1895 
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1875 
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1878 
1893 
1876 
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1850 

1838 

1842 

1844 

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1864 

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1866 

1845 

187 

1879 

1853 

1864 

1843 

1849 

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1856 

1873 

1863 

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1875 

1857 

1845 

1861 

1846 

1861 

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1874 

1865 

1877 

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1869 
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1878 
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1868 
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1877 
1889 
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1871 
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1885 
1904 
1891 
1883 
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1907 
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1891 
1870 
1892 
1865 
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1931 
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1932 
1932 
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1932 
1932 



Greeneville, Tenn. .... 
Andersonville, Tenn. 

Portland, Oregon 

Wytheville, Va 

Crockett's Cove, Va. 

Clinton, Tenn. 

Liberty Hill, Tenn. .. 

Bluefield, W. Va. 

Emory, Va. 

Emory, Va. . 

Abingdon, Va 

Morristown, Tenn. __.. 

Emory, Va. 

Emory, Va. 

Bloomingdale, Tenn. 

Kingsport, Tenn. 

Dunlap, Tenn 

Morristown, Tenn. -.. 

Lusk Chapel, Ala. 

Lenoir City, Tenn. .... 
Morristown, Tenn. .___ 

Johnson City, Tenn 

Chattanooga, Tenn 

Emory, Va. 

Emory, Va. 

New Hope, Tenn. 

Emory, Va. 

Mt. Pleasant, Va ._ 

Glade Spring, Va 

Eleazer, Tenn 

Marion, Va. 

Nashville, Tenn. 

Emory, Va 

Emory, Va. 

Clinton, Tenn. 

Emory, Va. 

Swan Pond, Tenn 

Princeton, W. Va. .... 

Marion, Va. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. .. 

Bluefield, W. Va. 

Fountain City, Tenn. 

Radford, Va. 

Princeton, W. Va. .... 

Newport, Tenn. 

Abingdon, Va. 

Rural Retreat, Va. .... 

Bristol, Va. 

Blount County, Tenn. 

Emory, Va. 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Georgia 

Emory, Va. 

Pearisbuirg, Va. 

Tazewell, Va. 

Fountain City, Tenn. 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. .... 

Emory, Va. 

Johnson City, Tenn. 

Emory, Va. 

Grenada, Miss. ',.... 

Mt. Pleasant, Va. 

Emory, Va. 

Emory, Va. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. _, 

Charleston, Tenn 

Glade Spring, Va. 

Rural Retreat, Va. 
Johnson City, Tenn. _., 

Pulaski, Va. 

Chilhowie, Va 

Princeton, W. Va 



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28 



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39 
41 

54 . 
3 



48 
35 
48 
19 
6 
3 
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11 

15 

19 

16 

26 

7 

3 

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31 
31 
45 
41 
33 
26 
31 
44 
38 
34 



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18 



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29 
11 
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29 
19 
36 



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7 
9 
9 

28 

17 
9 

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27 
30 

24 
13 

40 
43 
23 

33 
47 
31 
42 
42 
40 
22 
30 
54 
31 



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10 
11 

6 
16 
12 

9 
16 
21 
12 
15 
15 
18 



Lerona, W. Va. .. 
Bull's Gap, Tenn. 
Emory, Va 



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HOLSTON ANNUAL 



LOCAL PREACHERS IN HOLSTON 

The list of each district is revised and brought up to date by the presiding elder of that district. 
(NOTE — "E" means Elder; "D" means Deacon) 

ABINGDON DISTRICT 



1. CasscU, R. N., Nebo, Va. 

2. Cross, T. J., Blountville, Tenn. 
i. DeBusk, B. F., Clinchburg, Va. 

4. Dunn, S. M., Clinchport, Va. 

5. rickle, S. B., (D), Piney Flats, Tenn. 

6. Fogleman, J. £., (E), Abingdon, Va. 

7. George, T. O., Broadford, Va. 
S. Hagy, D. T., Wallace, Va. 

y. Hall, J. W., Bristol, Va. 

10. Hendricks, J. R., Glade Spring, Va. 



11. Henley, G. VV., Bristol, Va. 

12. Herring, J. L., Emory, Va. 

n. Isley, J. D., (D), Kingsport, Tenn. 

14. Lowry, A. T., Saltville, Va. 

15. Maiden, M. G., (E), Meadow View, Va. 

16. Marsh, Wni., Mountain City, Tenn. 

17. Rector, J. F., Abingdon, Va. 

18. Rogers, E. S., Blountville, Tenn. 

19. Wiley, E. E. Jr., Abingdon, Va. 

20. Wright, D. L. C, Blountville, Tenn. 



BIG STONE GAP DISTRICT 



1 . Blair, Roy, Pennington Gap, Va. 

2. Blakey, E. A., Pennington Gap, Va. 
i. Brooks, C. C, (D), Hagan, Va. 

4. Brown, J. C, Pennington Gap, Va. 

5. Ely, J. W., Hagan, Va. 

6. France, W. C, Harrogate, Tenn. 

7. Graham, R. L., Jonesville, Va. 
a. Greer, C. C, Gate City, Va. 
9. Hart, J. E., Hilton, Va. 

10. Hillman, H. K., (E), Herald, Va. 

11. Hillman, J. W,, Herald, Va. 

12. Hillman, Worley, (E), Dungannon, Va. 



13. Jennings, M. B., Jonesville, Va. 

14. Jennings, S. M., (E), Jonesville, Va. 

15. Kelley, H. J., Castlewood, Va. 

16. Larmer, P. H., Pennington Gap, Va. 

17. Moneyhuin, Lon M., Kingsport, Tenn. 

18. Pierce, L. W., Norton, Va. 

19. Rutherford, C. W., Jonesville, Va. 

20. Rutherford, Wheeler J., Jonesville, Va. 

21. Sinimerman, J. P., Kingsport, Tenn. 
2 2. Sword, E. V., Norton, Va. 

23. Wing, A. B., Dungannon, Va. 



BLUEFIELD DISTRICT 



1. Abshire, H. B., New York City, N. V. 

2. Atkins, D., (D), Keystone, W. Va. 

3. Bailev, C. C, (D), Davy, W. Va. 

4. Bailey, J. Will, Kimball, W. Va. 

5. Bratton, P. D., Bluefield, W. Va. 

6. Collins, G. W., Bluefield, W. Va. 



7. Gross, E. G., Grumpier, W. Va., R. F. D. 
S. Mikels, Harrv Conly,* Pageton, W. Va. 
'). Penland, (D), J. L., Pageton, W. Va. 

10. Sage, Jasper, (E), Bluefield, W. V;,. 

11. Trent, J. B., (D), Wilcoe, W. Va. 



CHATTANOOGA DISTRICT 



1. Allison, H. K., (E), Rising Fawn, Ga. 17. 

2. Allniond, J. W., (E), Evensville, Tenn. 18. 

3. Ally, Raymond, Chattanooga, Tenn. 19. 

4. Bethea, R. H., Chattanooga, Tenn. 20. 

5. Bryant, A. C, Chattanooga, Tenn 21. 

6. Cannon, W. J., (D), Philadelphia, Tenn. 22. 

7. Catlin, E. B., (D), Chattanooga, Tenn. 23. 

8. Claiborne, W. A., Chattanooga, Tcun. 24. 

9. Cobb, N. A., Chattanooga, Tenn. 25. 

10. Dailey, W. F., (D), Chattanooga, Tenn. 26. 

11. Eddings, W. J., (E), Chattanooga, Tenn. 27. 

12. Elkins, O. V., Rossville, Ga. 28. 

13. Fisher, I. F., (D), Apison, Tenn. 29. 

14. Gadd, L. D., Guild, Tenn. 30. 

15. Hadaway, J. D., (D), S. Pittsburg, Tenn. 31. 

16. Herring, John L., Chattanooga, Tenn. 



Hudson, Wendell B., Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Hall, C. B., Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Johnson, F. Woodall, Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Johnson, R. E., Nashville, Tenn. 
Long, George H., Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Lewis, .Francis W., Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Lundy, C. F., Hixson, Tenn. 
Mathis, A. H., (E), Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Merrill, John E., Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Millard, R. H., Dayton, Tenn. 
Morton, W. J., Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Roberts, Roy R., Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Tomlinson, A. M., (E), Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Witt, Tedd R., Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Williams, Harry S., Chattanooga, Tenn. 



KNOXVILLE DISTRICT 



1. AUisOi., E. R., (D), Petros, Tenn. 14. 

2. Amburn, T. L., Knoxville, Tenn. 15. 

3. Beets, W. M., (D), Knoxville, Tenn. 16. 

4. Brooks, R. N., (D), Kodak, Tenn. 17. 

5. Burkhart, Clarence, Knoxville, Tenn. 18. 

6. Carr, C. L., Fountain City, Tenn. 19. 

7. Carnes, S. E., Knoxville, Tenn. 20. 
X. Groover, D. H., (D), Knoxville, Tenn. 21. 
9. Guinn, G. M., Knoxville, Tenn. 22. 

10. Householder, O. E., (D), Knoxville, Tenn. 23. 

U. Irwin, J. G., (D), Andersonville, Tenn. 24, 

12, Irwin, W, H., Knoxville, Tenn. 25, 

13. Jorv, C. H., Knoxville, Tenn. 26. 



Leming, W. H,, (D), Knoxville, Tenn. 
Luittrell, C. T., Knoxville, Tenn. 
Monroe, R. A., Knoxville, Tenn. 
Murphy, James C, Sevierville, Tenn. 
Owen, C. W., Knoxville, Tenn. 
Roby, W. T., (E), Knoxville, Tenn. 
Sunimitt, J. H., (E), LaFoUette, Tenn. 
Summers, M. O., Knoxville, Tenn. 
Smith, J. H., (E), Knoxville, Tenn, 
Sharp, Vertruie, (D), Loyston, Tenn, 
Still, Joseph, Knoxville, Tenn. 
Varner, J. R,, Knoxville, Tenn. 
Wilson, James, Knoxville, Tenn. 



* Licensed this year 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 



MORRISTOWN DISTRICT 



1. Bellamy, N. W., Surgoinsville, Tenn. 

2. Blankcnbeckler, E. Z., Parrottsville, Tenn. 

3. Brabson, C. A., Morristown, Tenn. 

4. Browning, A. H., Johnson City, Tenn. 

5. Davis, C. B., Morristown, Tenn. 

6. Farmer, Ernest, Thornhill, Tenn. 

7. Hale, W. M., Jonesboro, Tenn., R. No. 7 

8. Hardiii, J. A., Greeneville, Tenn. 

9. Hunt, F. C, Fordtown, Tenn. 

i(J. Isley, LuFayette, Johnson City, Tenn. 

11. Kite, E. R., Surgoinsville, Tenn. 



12. Kirk, D. T., Morristown, Tenn. 
n. Lamb, N. W, S., Greeneville, Tciin. 

14. McAmis, G. W., Afton, Tenn. 

15. Mink, L. J., Morristown, Tenn. 

16. Rogers, H. F., Chuckey, Tenn. 

17. Turner, L. J., Mooresburg, Tenn. 

18. Vincent, C. R., Newport, Tenn. 

19. Watkins, G. L., Johnson City, Tenn. 

20. Williams, C. W., Surgoinsville, Tenn. 

21. Williams, S. M., Tazewell, Tenn. 



RADFORD DISTRICT 



1. Bailey, R. C, Floyd, Va. 

2. Larnett, J. Holden, East Radford, Va. 

3. Berry, S. H., Princeton, W. Va. 

4. Brown, C. A., (D), Narrows, Va. 

5. ChafSn, J. H., Riner, Va. 

6. Cutridge, C, D., (E), Pipestem, W. Va. 

7. Hurst, Sam N., (E), Pulaski, Va. 



8. Kinzer, T. H., (E), Christiansburg, Va. 

9. Moore, J. M., Princeton, W. Va. 

10. Radford, F. M., Crandon, Va. 

11. Ross, V. M., (E), Mechanicsburg, Va. 

12. Shrewsberry, W. C, (E), Princeton, W. Va. 

13. Weikle, A. E., Princeton, W. Va. 

14. Williams, E. C, Newbern, Va. 



SWEETWATER DISTRICT 



1. Cam, D. C, Englewood, Tenn. 14. 

2. Clemmer, J. E., Vonore, Tenn. 15. 

3. Daugherty, G. L., Charleston, Tenn. 16. 

4. Dixon, Scott, Madisonville, Tenn. 17. 

5. Ensminger, J. N., Athens, Tenn. 18. 

6. Fleenor, W. T., Kingsport, Tenn. 19. 

7. Forkner, J. F., Sweetwater, Tenn. 20. 

8. GiUenwater, L. M., Athens, Ala. 21. 

9. Greene, J. K., Louisville, Tenn. 22. 

10. Greenwood, L. H., Durham, N. C. 23. 

11. Hicks, T. M., (E), Benton, Tenn. 24. 

12. Jackson, A. N., (E), Louisville, Tenn. 25. 

13. Jennings, C. V., Etowah, Tenn. 



Massengale, Emory, Benton, Tenn. 
Massengale, Jas., Athens, Tenn. 
Massengale, John, (E), Athens, Tenn. 
McCampbell, J. E., (E), Townsend, Tenn. 
Phillips, R. L., Wheat, Tenn. 
Reynolds, J. H., (E), Harriman, Tenn. 
Shelley, G. M., (E), Harriman, Tenn. 
Smith, P. T. M., Louisville, Tenn. 
Speer, W. B., Madisonville, Tenn. 
Stewart, M. E., Madisonville, Tenn. 
Underwood, J. M., (E), Mt. Vernon, Tenn. 
Walker, W. R., Calhoun, Tenn. 



TAZEWELL DISTRICT 



1. Boyd, R. E., Davenport, Va. 

2. Boyd, E. M., Davenport, Va. 

3. Bowling, J. H., (D), North Tazewell, Va. 

4. Countiss, A. A., Honaker, Va. 

5. earner, T. K., Cedar Bluff, Va. 

6. Cundiff, Paul West Graham, Va. 

7. Hurt, E. W., Chilhowie, Va. 

8. Johnson, C. W., (D), Rock Dell, Va. 

9. Looney, Berdine, Lee Master, Va. 



10. Mahood, G. E., West Graham, Va. 

11. Repass, Frank, Dante, Va. 

12. Repass, T. A., Tazewell, Va. 

13. Russell, John, Cedar Bluff, Va. 

14. Shook, T. N., Carrie, Va. 

15. Street, C. W., Deskins, Va. 

16. Tiller, H. B., Cleveland, Va. 

17. Wagner, C. A., West Graham, Va. 

18. Yost, W. W., (E), North Tazewell, Va. 



WYTHEVILLE DISTRICT 



1. Callahan, W. N., (E), Wytheville, Va. 12. 

2. Chisnall, S. W., (D), Teas, Va. 13. 

3. Crowgey, H. J., Wytheville, Va. 14. 

4. Crowgey, Robert G., Wytheville, Va. 15. 

5. Dickenson, R. L., Galax, Va. 16. 

6. Farmer, W. J., Rural Retreat, Va. 17. 

7. Fisher, J. A., Wytheville, Va. 18. 

8. Fowler, P. W., Short Creek, Va. 19. 

9. Gentry, A. H., (D), Galax, Va. 20. 

10. Johnson, J. B., Cripple, Creek, Va. 21. 

11. Jones, P. W., HillsTille, Va. 22. 



Leonard, W. A., (D), Groseclose, Va. 

Melton, C. R., (D), Galax, Va. 

Pool, B. A., Independence, Va. 

Pugh, J. R., Elk Creek, Va. 

Sells, Arthur T., Volney, Va. 

Scott, Wiley W., Marion, Va. 

Slagle, G. W., Marion, Va. 

Smith, C. A., Fancy Gap, Va. 

Vaughn, T. C, (E), Spring Valley, Va. 

Wampler, Wythe, Galax, Va. 

Wiley, R. L., Independence, Va. 



Died during year: W. M. Shuler, and AV. E. Williams 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 



DELEGATES TO ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



ABINGDON DISTRICT 



1. J. N. Hillniaii, Emory, Va. 

2. Mrs. J. VV. Repass, Bristol, Tcnii. 

3. S. W. Keys, Glade Spring, Va. 

4. R. W. Rush, Bluff City, Tciiii. 

5. Karl Harmelliiig, Bristol, Va. 

6. J. R. George, SaltviUe, Va. 

7. H. C. Graybeal, Emory, Va. 

8. J. E. Uail, Blountville, Tenii. 
y. B. F. DeBusk, Clinchburg, Va. 

10. Mrs. G. G. Henley, Bristol, Va. 



11. U. O. Pettyjohn, Bristol, Va. 

12. Mrs. M. £. Stafford, Abingdon, Va. 

13. T. C. Ford, Bristol, Tenn. 

14. Miss Linda George, Broadford, Va. 

1. Mrs. W. P. Duingan, Elizabethton, Tenn. 

2. C. H. Buitt, Abingdon, Va. 

3. Jos. Latture, Abingdon, Va. 

4. A. F. Barnes, Blountville, Tenn. 

5. Mrs. H. J. Garnand, Emory, Va. 



BIG STONE GAP TISTRICT 



1. H. G. Gilmer, Norton, Va. 

2. C. Q. Counts, Coeburn, Va. 

3. H. H. Taylor, Gate City, Va. 

4. J. A. Davis, Glamorgan, Va. 

5. A. S. Pennington, Appalachia, Va. 

6. Mrs. J. W. Dobyns, Kingsport, Tenn. 

7. Mrs. J. C. Wynn, Jonesville, Va. 
S. C. H. Simmons, Wood, Va. 

9. R. F. Carr, Cumberland Gap, Tenn. 



10. Robert S. Orr, Pennington Gap, Va. 

11. S. R. Morrell, Indian Springs, Tenn. 

I. Mrs. H. A. W. Skeen, Big Stone Gap, Va. 

2. A. B. Wing, Dungannon, Va. 

3. Mrs. C. L. Stradley, Cumberland Gap, Tenn. 

4. Mrs. H. B. Brown, Big Stone Gap, Va. 

5. Mrs. A. C. McClure, Norton, Va. 



BLUEFIELD DISTRICT 



1. J. H. Hicks, Bluefield, W. Va. 

2. R. B. Scott, Hemphill, W. Va. 

3. Mrs. H. B. Reynolds, Keystone, W. Va. 

4. Ernest Henson, Bluefield, W. Va. 

5. Claude Boughner, Gary, W. Va. 

6. W. R. Carter, McDowell, W. Va. 

7. Dr. W. D. Fitzhugh, McComas, W. Va. 

8. E. C. Rector, Anawalt, W. Va. 



J. N. Harmon, Welch, W. Va. 
B. H. Gray, Welch, W. Va. 



1. Eli Clemens, Gary, W. Va. 

2. J. S. Saunders, McComas, W. Va. 

3. Rev. J. Will Bailey, Kimball, W. Va. 

4. Judge F. C. Cook, Northfork, W. Va. 

5 . Mrs. Rodney Jackson, Davy, W. Va. 



CHATTANOOGA DISTRICT 



1. W. T. Robinson, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

2. Boyd W. Hargraves, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

3. R. C. Huggins, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

4. C. W. Henley, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

5. W. E. Brock, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

6. J. P. Carroll, Lookout Mt., Tenn. 

7. Homer Fowler, S. Pittsburg, Tenn. 

S. Mrs. H. M. Dicks, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

9. Mrs. George Jacoway, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

10. AV. B. Allen, Dayton, Tenn. 



11. O. C. Kirkman, Tyner, Tenn. 

12. C. R. Wallace, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

13. J. H. Hays, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

14. N. J. Mabry, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

1. J. L. Emmerson, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

2. ^V. W. Renshaw, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

5. Mrs. W. K. Gormany, Chattanooga, Ten, 

4. W. E. Brown, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

5. W. H. Hill, Chattanooga, Tenn. 



KNOXVILLE DISTRICT 



1. J. D. Lea, Knoxville, Tenn. 

2. O. B. May, Powells Station, Tenn. 

3. A. D. Crenshaw, Clinton, Tenn. 

4. W. E. Crye, Knoxville, Tenn. 

5. Mrs. Martha Wallington, Powell's Sta., Ten. 

6. C. A. Reece, Knoxville, Tenn. 

7. Crew Webb, Knoxville, Tenn. 

8. K. Rawlings, Sevierville, Tenn. 

9. Mrs. Thomas Pruden, Knoxvill.e, Tenn. 
10. Joe Kelly, Kodak, Tenn. 



W. S. McCamey, LaFoUette, Tenn. 
Matt G. Thomas, Knoxville, Tenn. 
W, T. Lay, Knoxville, Tenn. 
W. H. Leming, Knoxville, Tenn, 

T. L. Lay, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Mrs. Lester Maxwell, Knoxville, Tenn. 

M. H. Green, Knoxville, Tenn. 

C. M. Dumcan, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Hugh Stokes, Coal Creek, Tenn. 



MORRISTOWN DISTRICT 



1. Mrs. Neil B. Mims, Jefferson City, Tenn. 

2. I. E. Carter, Tazewell, Tenn. 

3. T. A. Moneyhun, Mooresburg, Tenn. 

4. Hugh Huff, Newport, Tenn. 

5. Mrs. C. T. Tally, Morristown, Tenn. 

6. Mrs. J. N. Hawkins, Mohawk, Tenn. 

7. L. H. Lane, Greeneville, Tenn. 

8. Lynn Sheeley, Morristown, Tenn. 

9. Miss Nola Mauk, Chuckey, Tenn, R. No. 
10, Dr. C. C. Sherrod, Johnson City, Tenn. 



11. G. I. Davis, Johnson City, Tenn. 

12. Mrs. W. E. Looney, Surgoinsville, Tenn. 

13. W. L. Davis, Parrottsville, Tenn. 

1. F. E. Bartley, Morristown, Tenn. 

2. Dr. C. W. LaRue, Parrottsville, Tenn. 

3. F. L. Gardner, Rogersville, Tenn. 

4. Harry Faw, Johnson City, Tenn. 

5. C. B. Davis, Morristown, Tenn. 

6. Mrs. J. C. Starnes, Surgoinsville, Tenn. 



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HOLSTON ANNUAL 



RADFORD DISTRICT 



B. C. Hurst, Pulaski, Va. 
Mrs. W. H. Stafford, Mcchanicsburg, Va. 
Trinkle, Dublin, Va. 
Johnson, Route 1, Blueileld, W. Va. 
Mrs. J. N. Walker, Bastian, Va. 

C. E. Ashworth, Matoaka, W. Va. 
J. A. Howard, Pulaski, Va. 
J. R. Brown, E. Radford, Va. 
Vest, Hiawatha, W. Va. 
C. Hopkins, E. Radford, Va. 



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11. J. R. Stafford, Pcarisburg, Va. 

12. C. W. Faulkner, R 1, Bluefield, W. Va. 

13. G. G. Peterman, Floyd, Va. 

1. Mrs. E. L. Robertson, Princeton, W. Va. 

2. W. K. Barnett, E. Radford, Va. 

3. Miss Bess Eaton, Staffordsville, Va. 

4. M. E. Bowers, Floyd, Va. 

5. Tyler S. Robertson, Thesalia, Va. 



SWEETWATER DISTRICT 



1. G. L. Hardwick, Cleveland, Tenn. 

2. F. A. Carter, Sweetwater, Tenn. 

3. Mrs. S. W. Shelton, Calhoun, Tenn. 

4. J. M. Colston, Madisonville, Tenn. 

5. D. W. Lillard, Etowah, Tenn. 

6. D. SuUins Stuart, Cleveland, Tenn. 

7. H. C. Johnson, Athens, Tenn. 

8. R. T. Allen, Cleveland, Tenn. 



9. Miss Dora Yoimg, Sweetwater, Tenn. 

10. S. N. Varnell, Cleveland, Tenn. 

1. Mrs. W. K. Cregger, Sweetwater, Tenn. 

2. G. C. Graves, Sweetwater, Tenn. 

3. F. W. Jennings, Etowah, Tenn. 

4. H. F. Dickenson, Madisonville, Tenn. 

5. Mrs. E. J. Foute, McGhee, Tenn. 



T.AZEWELL DISTRICT 



1. George P. Crockett, Bluefield, Va. 

2. J. R. Young, Pocahontas, Va. 

i . Mrs. L. A. Tynes, Tazewell, Va. 

4. John Higginbotham, Tazewell, Va., R.F.D. 

5. J. P. Royall, Tazewell, Va. 

6. C. W. Johnson, Rock Dell, Va. 

7. Mrs. D. F. Wyrick, Castlewood, Va. 

8. Mrs. S. L. Jones, Grundy, Va. 



Mrs. C. H. Witten, Bluefield, W. Va. 
Hon. H. C. Stuart, Elk Garden, Va. 



1. Mrs. C. C. Burns, Lebanon, Va. 

2. G. I. Brown, Cedar Bluff, Va., R.F.D. 
h. E. Hurt, Richlands, Va. 

4. W. C. Smith, Tazewell, Va. 

5. Miss Virginia Wilson, North Tazewell, Va. 



WYTHEVILLE DISTRICT 



1. Dr. J. C. Moxley, Independence, Va. 

2. J. W. Lantz, Cedar Springs, Va. 

3. E. J. Baker, Fries, Va. 

4. Miss Lucy Delp, Elk Creek, Va. 

5. H. L. Austin, Wytheville, Va. 

6. J. B. Vaughn, Spring Valley, Va. 

7. M. H. Jackson, Austinville, Va. 

8. F. J. Allen, Marion, Va. 

9. C. A. Lambert, Rural Retreat, Va. 
10 T. M. Calhoun, Elk Creek, Va. 



11. T. G. Vaughan, Galax, Va. 

12. Mrs. W. T. Moore, Elk Creek, Va. 

13. D. W. Hounshell, Rural Retreat, Va. 

14. J. R Rowe, Crockett, Va. 

15. T. B. Rector, Seven Mile Ford, Va. 

1. Mrs. John T. Wassum, Wytheville, Va. 

2. H. W. Umberger, Wytheville, Va. 

3. Dr E. M. Copenhaver, Marion, Va. 

4. W. B. Giersch, Galax, Va. 



DISTRICT LAY LEADERS 



ABINGDON DISTRICT 

H. C. Graybeal, Emory, Va. 

R. W. Riteh, Bluff City, Tenn. 
B. F. DsBusk, Clinchburg, Va. 

BIG STONE GAP DISTRICT 

R. F Carr, Cumberland Gap, Tenn. 

A. S. Pennington, Appalachia, A^a. 

B. E. Bobyns, Kingsport, Tenn. 



MORRISTOWN DISTRICT 

F. E. Bartley, Morristown, Tenn. 

Mrs. Neil B. Minis, Jefferson City, Tn 
A. D. Ropert, Johnson City, Tenn. 

SWEETWATER DISTRICT 

H. F. Dickenson, Madisonville, Tenn. 
J. M. Clark, McGhee, Tenn. 
S. N. Varnell, Cleveland, Tenn. 



BLUEFIELD DISTRICT 

Dr. W. D. Fitzhugh, McComas, W. Va. 
J. W. Edwards, Welch, W. Va 
J. H. Evans, McComas, W. Va. 

CHATTANOOGA DISTRICT 

Prof. W. T. Robinson, Chattanooga, Tenn. 
W. B. Allen, Dayton, Tenn. 
S. W Woodin, Rising Fawn, Ga. 

KNOXVILLE DISTRICT 

A. D. Crenshaw, Clinton, Tenn. 
W. E. Crye, Knoxville, Tenn. 
O. B. May, Powell's Station, Tenn. 



RADFORD DISTRICT 

W. K Barnett, E. Radford, Va. 
J. J. Carper, Pearisburg, Va. 
G. T. Johnson, Blueffeld, W. Va., R. 1 

TAZEWELL DISTRICT 

N. Clarence Smith, Tazewell, Va. 
B. T. Wilson, Lebanon, Va. 
W. D. Richmond, St. Paul, Va. 

WYTHEVILLE DISTRICT 

G. A. Lambert, Rural Retreat, Va. 
J. E. McSpadden, Chilhowie, Va. 
N. M. Ward, Galax, Va. 



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DISTRICT CONFERENCES FOR 1932 

ABINGDON DISTRICT— Mountain City, Tenn. 
BIG STONE GAP DISTRICT— Wise, Va. 
BLUEFIELD DISTRICT— Welcli, W. Va. 
CHATTANOOGA DISTRICT— St. Elmo, Tenn. 
KNOXVILLE DISTRICT— Powell's Station, Tenn. 
MORRISTOWN DISTRICT— Greeneville, Tenn. 
RADFORD DISTRICT— Floyd, Va. 
SWEETWATER DISTRICT— Cleveland, Tenn. 
TAZEWELL DISTRICT— North Tazewell, Va. 
WYTHEVILLE DISTRICT— Lebanon, Elk Creek Ct., Va. 



WOMAN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETY 

President — Mrs. L. A. Tynes Tazewell, Va. 

Vive-President — Mrs. P. L. Cobb Galax, Va. 

Conference See'y. — Mrs. S. M. Bernard Bluefleld, W. Va. 

Recording' Sec'y. — Mrs. J. E. Wolfe Fountain City, Tenn. 

Treasurer — Mrs. W. H. Wysor Pulaski, Va. 

SUPERINTENDENTS 

Children — Mrs. Bert Nelms 207 Evening Side Drive, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Mission and Bible Study— Mrs. J. E. Kyle Northfork, W. Va. 

Publicity — Mrs. B. I. Dahlberg 162 Arrowhead Trail, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Christian Social Relations — Mrs. H. J. Garnand Emory, Va. 

Supplies — Mrs. R. B. Piatt, Jr. East Radford, Va. 

Chairman, Spiritual Life Groups^ — Mrs. C. T. Tally Morristown, Teiin. 

Leader, Gibson Auxiliary — Mrs. J. A. Hardin Sweetwater, Tenn. 

Historian — Mrs. L. H. Potts . Abingdon, Va. 

DISTRICT SECRETARIES 

Abingdon — Mrs. M. E. Stafford Abingdon, Va. 

Big Stone Gap — Mrs. H. A. W. Skeen Big Stone Gap, Va. 

Bluefleld — Mrs. H. B. Reynolds Keystone, W. Va. 

Chattanooga — Mrs. H. M. Dicks Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Knoxville — Mrs. D. B. Cooley Knoxville, Tenn. 

Morristown — Mrs. James J. Range Johnson City, Tenn. 

Radford— Mrs. H. S. Walker E. Radford, Va. 

Sweetwater — Mrs. J. T. Deeper Lenoir City, Tenn. 

Tazewell — Mrs. C. H. Witten, (Acting Secretary) „Bluefleld, W. Va. 

Wytheville — Mrs. J. T. Wassom Wytheville, Va. 



HOLSTON ORPHANAGE BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

(Elected by the Woman's Missionary Society) 

Mrs. S. M. Bex-nard Bluefleld, W. Va. 

Mrs. Thomas Pruden Knoxville, Tenn. 

Mrs. W. M. Morrell . Princeton, W. Va. 

Mrs. A. J. Patterson Greeneville, Tenn. 

Mrs. H. B. Brown .__Big Stone Gap, Va. 

Mrs. L. L. Copenhaver Johnson City, Tenn. 

Mrs. Ernest Henson . Bluefleld, W. Va. 

Mrs. H. L. Graham . Crockett, Va. 

Miss Dora E. Young Sweetwater, Tenn. 



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Mrs. W. B. Speer . Chattanooga, Tenii. 

Mrs. E. D. Worley Sweetwater, Tenn. 

(Elected by the Holston Conference) 

Rev. James A. Burrow Bluefield, W. Va. 

Mr. F. A. Carter Sw^eetwater, Tenn. 

Dr. U. G. Jones. Johnson City, Tenn. 

Mr. F. W. Udy Bluefleld, W. Va. 

Mr. Matt G. Thomas .Knoxville, Tenn. 

(Officers Elected hy the Board) 

Rev. James A. Burrow, President, 

Mr. F. A. Carter, Vice-President, 
Mrs. H. B. Brown, Secretary, 

Miss Dora Young, Treasurer. 



HOLSTON YOUNG PEOPLE'S ORGANIZATION 

President — Glen Jackson Austinville, Va. 

Vice-President — Miss Julia Ruth Richardson Cliattanooga, Tenn. 

Secretary — Miss Virginia Mae Camp'bell . East Radfoi'd, Va. 

Publicity Superintendent — Miss Myrl Beaver Rossville, Ga. 

Treasurer — Miss Annie Sue Peters Bristol, Va. 

Life Service Superintendent — Rev. W. M. Bunts East Radford, Va. 

Director of Young Peoples' Work — Miss Elizabeth Brown .Bi-istol, Va. 



DISTRICT SECRETARIES 

Abingdon — Ruby Shreeves, Marion, Va.; Josephine Steele, Emory, Va. 

Big Stone Gap — Reiba Quillin, Dungannon, Va.; Dwight Billings, Norton 
Virginia. 

Bluefleld — Ralph Shupe, Bluefleld, W. Va.; Mrs. Rodney Jackson, Davy, 
West Virginia. 

Chattanooga — Myrl Beaver, Rossville, Ga.; Mae Wallace, Chattanooga, 
Tennessee. 

Knoxville — Mildred Jacobs, LaFollette, Tenn.; Laverta Baker, R. No. 
5, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Morristo'wn — Georgia Mae Hyder, Johnson City, Tenn.; Myra Dyer, 
Johnson City, Tenn.; Mary Tony, Greeneville, Tenn. 

Radford — Mrs. Ruth Dove Young, Bluefleld, W. Va., R. No. 1,; Frances 
Lindsey, Dublin, Va. 

Sweetwater — Madge Hunt, Etowah, Tenn. 

Tazewell — Mrs. A. B. Hendricks, Bluefield, Va.; Emma Inman, Raven, 
Va.; Herbert Bolton, St. Paul, Va. 

Wytheville — Beulah Cox, Galax, Va. 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 13 



Journal Proceedings 



FIRST DAY 

Wednesday, October 5, 1932 

The Holston Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church, 
South, convened in its one hundred and ninth session, in our 
Munsey Memorial Church, Johnson City, Tenn., Wednes- 
day, October 5, 1932, at 9 o'clock a. m,, with Bishop William 
N. Ainsworth presiding. Hymn 222, "Jesus the name high 
over all," was sung. Bishop Ainsworth led in prayer, after 
which he read from a musty volume of the Book of Dis- 
cipline of American Methodism of 1808, wherein it ques- 
tioned the young preachers as to their habits of living and 
serving in the itinerant ministry. 

Impressive. — The secretary of the last annual session 
was called to the platform by Bishop Ainsworth, who then 
had the Conference stand at attention while the secretary 
called the names of those who had died during the year: 
D. P. Hurley, J. T. Frazier, Thomas Priddy, B. C. Wilson, 
Walter Hodge, C. E. Steele, L. W. McFarland, Mrs. E. H. 
Yankee, Mrs. A. H. Clark, Mrs. E. W. Mort. The Con- 
ference, still standing, with bowed heads and mist-filled 
eyes, listened to the plaintively sweet words of "Safe in the 
arms of Jesus," sung by Mrs. Wilson Barker and Mrs. 
Charles Hollingsworth, at the request of Bishop Ainsworth. 
The names of these deceased persons were then referred to 
the committee on Memoirs. 

Organization. — James A. Burrow was re-elected sec- 
retary, with J. F. Benton, E. A. Shugart and J. E. Wolfe, 
assistants J D. Trigg James, A. V. Rudy and M. S. Kincheloe 
statistical secretaries, and the following staff of district as- 
sistants: Abingdon — A. S. Clear, A. V. Rudy; Big Stone 
Gap— C. A. Hillman, W. M. Seymour; Bluefield— J. R. 
Belcher, W. S. Barbery; Chattanooga — H. D. Hart, W. B. 
Peck; Knoxville — D. A. Warner, T. L. Williams; Morris- 
town — C. E. W^ilson, E. T. Gilmer; Radford — J. T. Brown- 
ing, C. W. Taylor; Sweetwater — G. B. McCrary, W. M. 



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Dean, Tazewell — Neil McKinnon, Courtland Joroulmoiij 
Wytheville — C. B. Dickenson, S. L. Payne. 

The hour for meeting was fixed at 9 o'clock each morn- 
ing j for adjournment, 12:30 o'clock. The Conference 
"bar" was made to include all of the main church auditorium. 

Roll Call. — Bishop Ainsworth explained his way of 
securing a record of members present without the formal 
roll call. Printed cards were distributed, properly filled in, 
and, in due time, were returned to the secretary's table, with 
the following persons reporting present: 

Clerical.— R. L. Parks, R. W. Watts, T- H., Lotspeich, }. C. 
Clark, S. W. Hayne, S. C. Beard, A. M. Quails,' R. T. McDowell, A. S. 
Clear, R. E. Early, G. A. Maiden, E. E. Wiley, T. [. Eskridge, I. P. 
Martin, F. Y. Jackson, C. K. Wingo, W. H. Dail, J. L. Mullens, D. B. 
Wright, G. H. Fox, C. M. Fisher, F. B. Wyatt, M. E. Deakins, J. C. 
Spurlin, W. L. Suggs, E. R. Lewis, C. T. Miller, L. W. Pierce, ). E. 
Spring, H. G. Holdway, O. C. Clarke, R. L. Wright, J. E. Lowry, E. L. 
McConnell, A. N. Dailey, P. P. Martin, J. M. Crowe, R. S. Umberger, 
B. T. Sells, W. M. Dean, C. A. Pangle, C^ H. Williams, P. A. Fades, W. 

D. Larrowe, S. H. Auvil, W. M. Ellis, C. G. Eastwood, R. E. Greer, 

E. N. Woodward, L. M. Burris, J. W. Repass, C. E. Wilson, French 
Wampler, E. D. Worlev, L. D. Yost, C. L. Cox, S. L. Browning, C. 
W. Dean, ]. E. Davis, j. A. H. Shuler, D. A. Warner, O. C. Wright, 
E. M. Ritchev, y. C. Logan, W. H. Simpkins, J. M. Wysor, Z. D. Hol- 
brook, J. W. Hammer, S. V. Gibson, N. D. Guerry, M. C. Weikel, H. 
E. Bradshaw, D. F. Wvrick, M. A. Stevenson, A. M. Stone, B. H. 
Hampton, T. P. Sims, Y. W. Brooks, G. M. Moreland, N. M. Watson, 
W. M. Bunts, W. L Fogleman, R. N. Havens, J. R. King, P. L. Cobb, 
M. Quessenberry, j. E. Naff, L. E. Hoppe, J. W. Browning, P. C. 
Foote, J. A. Baylor, G. K. Patty, M. R. Chambers, H. B. Brown, S. L. 
Payne, T. H. Francisco, R. C. Davis, F. F. Essary, |. W. Henley, |. E. 
Anderson, C. E. Lundy, J. C. Orr, C. A. Hillman,' H. D. Hart, C. F. 
Watkins, W. M. Morrelf, E. C. Smith, W. H. Briggs, H. S. Hutsell, 
E. W. Dean, I. N. Munsey, D. W. Carter, J. W. Perrv, G. A. Maiden, 
y. L Cash, J. B. Staley, W. P. Eastwood, j. R. Brown, T. R. Handy, 
W. K. Cregger, L E. Cregger, S. O. Frye, R. C. Evans, T. N. Orr, W. L. 
Vernon, H. E. Lovelace, J. F. Benton, C. T. Tally, F. B. Shekon, 
G. T. Jordan, J. A. Burrow, E. A. Shugart, J. R. Belcher, R. C. 
Camper, C. W. Kelley, W. D. Farmer, D. S. Dosser, W. H. Harrison, 
R. H. Ballard, W. N. Parker, A. V. Rudy, Neil McKinnon, J. M. 
Carter, S. D. Long, T. M. Bellamy, y. W. Stewart, G. B. McCrarv, 
O. H. Logan, E. H. Cassidy, J. E. Wolfe, R. B. Piatt, Jr., L. M. 
Cartright, T. J. Houts, W. 'S. Lyons, W. F. Blackard, M. P. Carico, 
S. B. Vaught, y. N. Smith, S. W. Bourne, M. S. Kincheloe, Leroy 
Hankins, C. G.' Hounshell, E. H. Cole, L. W. Rhudy, R. y. Atkins, 
W. B. Peck, C. T. Gray, T. S. Hamilton, D. H. McGhee, H. S. 



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Johnston, C. N. Kennedy, W. L. Dykes, W. S. Barberv, D. T. James, 
R. O. Eller, J. W. Morris, E. H. Yankee, W. L. Tate, S. H. Austin, 
R. E. Regan, 'R. G. Farmer, K. W. Cox, A. B. Hunter, J. F. Barnett, 
C. W. Taylor, C. B. Dickenson, C. W. Williams, Z. F. Mayberry, S. 
L. Jones, E. T. Gilmer, L. D. Mavberrv, E. D. Smith, L. A. Harmon, 
T. L. Williams, C. G. McKay, S.' S. Boyer, J. A. Henderson, W. B. 
Belchec, J. A. Early, E. L. Crump, J. B. Simpson, J. W. Helvey, 

C. H. Browning, Courtland Jourolmon, W. I. Hanna, J. E. Gilbreath. 

Lay Delegates. — Homer K. Fowler, W. S. McKamey, H. W.' 
Huff, M. H. Jackson, S. N. Varnell, R. C. Huggins, Mrs. J. W. Dobyns, 
G. T. Johnson, Mrs. Herbert M. Dicks, Linda George, L. L. Trinkle, 
Mrs. D. F. Wvrick, Mrs. J. E. Wynn, C. A. Reese, Mrs. L. A. Tynes, 
Mrs. Neil B.' Minis, W. T. Robinson, Mrs. G. G. Henlev, G. G. 
Peterman, Dr. W. D. Fitzhugh, Geo. P. Crocket, T. C. Ford, J. A. 
Davis, F. J. Allen, S. R. Morrell R. B. Scott, John A. Higginbotham, 

D. W. Lillard, D. W. Hounshell, Mrs. J. W. Repass, H. H. Taylor, 
Lynn Sheely, L. H. Lane, A. S. Pennington, B. F. DeBush, Rev. C. W. 
Johnson, Crew Webb, D. D. Pettyjohn, J. R. Rowe, H. L. Austin, 
Geo. A. Lambert, Mrs. S. W. Sh'elton, C. Q. Counts, L E. Carter, 
W. H. Leming, Karl Harmeling, Mrs. Thomas Pruden, James N. Hill- 
man, Miss Dora Young, G. L. Hardwick, D. S. Stuart, C. C. Sherrod. 

Committees. — The following committees were nomi- 
nated by the presiding elders, and elected by the Conference : 

Public Worship. — C. T. Tally, C. K. Wingo, Harr}- Faw. 

Spiritual State of Church. — P. P. Tabor, J. M. Crowe, W. H. 
Briggs, Boyd Hargraves, J. R. King, Mrs. Neil B. Mims, S. O. Frye, 
T. J. Eskridge, Karl Harmeling, G. W. Fox. 

Sabbath Observance. — J. A. H. Shuler, R. G. Farmer, J. H. 
Hicks, J. C. Orr, W. P. Crve, B. C. Hurst, J. M. Colston, J. P. Royal, 
M. H. Jackson, W. H. Wal'ker. 

District Conference Records. — S. R. Morrell, Harr^' S. Hut- 
sell, C. M. Fisher, M. R. Chambers, C. A. Pangle. 

Black Boards. — E. L. Crump, Chairman; J. T. Browning. 

Memoirs. — E. A. Shugart, R. C. Camper, R. L. Wright, W. M. 
Morrell, E. E. Wiley, T. J. Eskridge, C. T. Tally, R. N. Havens. 

Reading Minutes. — At the suggestion of Bishop 
Ainsworth, a committee of five was ordered to hear the 
reading of the minutes of each session each day, and report 
back to the Conference. L. E. Hoppe, W. M. Bunts, R. 
L. Wright, S. E. Bratton and E, H. Cassidy were constituted 
as the committee for this work. 



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Miscellaneous. — Communications were referred to 
their appropriate boards and committees. 

Letters of rememberance and fellowship were read 
from Dr. James M. Gross, of the Florida Conference, and 
Rev. John C. Hawk, of the China Mission Conference, 
each of these brethren having commenced their ministry 
in Holston. The secretary was asked to make suitable re- 
ply- 

Vacancy Filled — C. H. Williams was put on the 

committee on Admission in place of C. E. Steele deceased. 

Order of Day Fixed — On motion of J. W. Perry 
10:15 o'clock Thursday morning was fixed as a special 
order for the anniversary of the Conference Board of Mis- 
sions, with an address from Bishop Ainsworth. 

On motion of J. W. Perry, Dr. D. W. Carter, who 
completes the fiftieth anniversary of his admission into the 
Holston Conference, was asked to talk to the Conference at 
some time during this session. Dr. Carter and his wife 
were presented to the Conference, which stood. His words 
of greeting and Holston remembrances were full of tender- 
ness. 

On motion of J. W. Perry the secretary was asked 
to write a letter of love and confidence to Rev. James L. 
Kennedy of the Brazil Methodist Church, Brother Ken- 
nedy having been received into Holston Conference fifty- 
one years ago. 

Attention was called to the World Week of Prayer, 
October 2-8, with a request that it be not overlooked. 

Presiding Elders — The following presiding elders 
passed examination of character: E. E. Wiley, P. L. Cobb, 
J. A. Burrow, J. M. Carter, I. P. Martin, C. T. Tally, J. R. 
JBrown, M. P. Carico, S. D. Long, and R. B. Piatt, Jr. 

Undergraduates — The classes of undergraduates 
were called: 

First Year — The following persons passed examin- 
ation of character and of studies, and were advanced to 
the class of the second year: Charles Hancher Browning, 
Lester Hubert Colloms, Robert Hen^ley Duncan, Dean 
Martin Neece, Ernest Cabell Smith, James Woodford Stone, 
Thomas Leonard Williams aiid Roy Isaac Reese. 



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The following persons passed examination of char- 
acter, but not of studies, and were continued in the class 
of the first year: Harold Jameson Davis, J. Tyler Frazier 
III., Emmett Sidney Johnson, Dwight Haddon McGhee, 
and Maurice Cecil Daily. 

Albert Belmont Bean, passed examination of character, 
and was discontinued at his own request. 

Zechariah A. Faison passed examination of character, 
and was discontinued. 

Second Year — William Mervin Seymour and Carl 
Looney, passed examination of character and studies, were 
advanced to the class of the third year, and were elected to 
Deacon's orders. 

The following persons passed examination of charac- 
ter, but not of studies, and were continued in the class of the 
second year: Courtland Joroulmon, Edgar Dower Smith, 
William Lee Vernon, Allen Homer Clark, Joseph Price 
Byrd. A two-thirds majority of the Conference was neces- 
sary in. the cases of Bros. Vernon and Byrd, as they have been 
in this class longer than the Disciplinary time allowed. 

The following persons passed examination of character 
but not of studies, and were discontinued: Paris B. Sarver, 
Marcel M. Blackman, Samuel L. Akers, Mont K. Pro- 
vence, and Lorenzo D. Perkins. 

Third Year — The following persons passed exami- 
nation of character and of studies, and were advanced to 
the class of the fourth year: David Andrew Warner, 
Carmen Ercelle Wilson, Leroy Hankins, Louis Alonzo 
Harmon, James Tilden Browning, Edward Lee Crump, 
Wilbur Nicholas Parker. Bros. Crump and Parker, while 
now in the class of the fourth year in studies, are in the 
third year of their traveling itinerancy. 

Lyda Wesley Rhudy, Henry Thomas Wheeler, and 
J. C. Foster, passed examination of character, but not of 
studies, and were continued in the class of the third year. 
Foye Goodner Gibson, remains in this class, but has been 
ordained an Elder in Poland. 

Fourth Year — The following persons passed exami- 



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nation of character and of studies, and were elected to 
Elders orders, thus passing out of the classes of under- 
graduates: Prince Alva Eades, Phillips Cleopas Foote, 
Herman Edward Lovelace. 

Roy Carlisle Davis, Neil McKinnon, Holland McTeer 
Russell and William Hicks Dail passed examination of 
character, but not of studies, and were continued in the class 
of the fourth year. The necessary two-thirds majority in the 
case of Neil McKinnon was secured, he having been in this 
class longer than the Disciplinary time allowed. 

Elected Local Deacons. — John Benjamin Trent 
was elected to local Deacon's orders, he having been 
recommended by the Bluefield District Conference. 

James Woodford Stone, having been a local preacher 
for three years, and having traveled one year as a preacher 
on trial, was elected to local Deacon's orders. 

Visitors. — The following visitors were introduced: 
Dr. R. C. Rankin, of the Presbyterian Church in Johnson 
Cityj Rev. J. W. Broyles, of the First Methodist Episcopal 
Church in Johnson Cityj Rev. John F. Phillips, of the Ten- 
nessee Anti-Saloon League; Rev. R. L. Russell, of the North 
Georgia Conference, and representative of the General Hos- 
pital Board J Rev. C. C. Fisher, of the Kentucky Conference; 
John A. Baskerville, of our Publishing House in Nashville; 
Dr. W. F. Quillian, Secretary of our General Board of 
Education; Mr. G. L. Morelock, Secretary of the General 
Board of Lay Activities; Dr. E. C. Peters, of Paine College; 
Jeff Wall, evangelistic singer. The pastor host. Rev. C. 
K. Wingo, presented Mrs. W. N. Ainsworth, wife of our 
presiding Bishop, the Conference standing. Mrs. Ains- 
worth spoke a few words of felicitation. 

Devotional Hour. — The time set for a period of 
devotions having arrived, Bishop Ainsworth commented on 
Acts 17 in earnest words which stirred all hearts. At his 
request a quartette from Paine College in Augusta, Ga., 
sang, "Steal away," and "Swing low sweet chariot" as only 
Southern colored singers can sing. 

After announcements the Conference adjourned with 
the benediction by John M. Crowe. 



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SECOND DAY 

Thursday, October, 6, 1932. 

The Conference convened at 9 o'clock a. m., with Bishop 
Ainsworth presiding. Hymn 499, "O for a closer walk 
with God," was sung. Bishop Ainsworth read and com- 
mented briefly on the second chapter of Hebrews. W. M. 
Ellis led in prayer. Cards were distributed for a record of 
the arrival of members and delegates. When these cards 
had been collected and put on the secretary's table, further 
roll call was dispensed with, all arrivals to be reported di- 
rectly to the secretary in writing. 

The Journal. — The committee on Minutes made the 
following report: 

The minutes of the Conference session of Wednesday, October 5th, 
have been examined by the committee and are approved. 

L. E. Hoppe, Chairman. 

No Readmission. — In answer to Question 8, no one 
was readmitted. 

Reconsidered. — The case of Austin Alvin Angle, who 
had failed to pass his examination, was reconsidered. The 
committee reported having received word from the Corre- 
spondence School which showed that he had passed the re- 
quired examination. He was then advanced to the class of 
the third year, and was elected to Deacon's orders. 

Resolution — The following resolution was adopted: 

WHEREAS, on account of changed conditions in the life of our 
people and the growing size of our Conference, it is difficult to obtain 
entertainment under our usual plan, therefore be it 

RESOLVED, that the Bishop appoint a committee of five — three 
preachers and two laymen to take this matter under advisement, in order 
to make a report to this session of the Conference, not later than Friday 
(at ten o'clock), of a plan for the future entertainment of our annual 
sessions, which these present circumstances warrant. 

French Wampler, 
L. E. Hoppe, 
R'. N. Havens, 
J. A. Burrow. 

Report — The Hospital Board made report, which 
was discussed by Dr. R. Lw Russell, presiding elder of the 



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Atlanta District, and representative of the General Hospital 
Board. The report was then adopted. See supplement. 

Committee. — Bishop Ainsworth announced the fol- 
lowing committee on Conference entertainment: French 
Wampler, L. E. Hoppe, R. N. Havens, F. A. Carter, 
G. S. Strader. 

Report — The Board of Finance made report No. 1, 
which was discussed by W. M. Morrell, and then adopted. 
See indexed supplement. 

Blackboard. — Bishop Ainsworth had his assistants 
bring to the platform a blackbord exhibit of the year's work 
in the Abingdon District. E. E. Wiley, the presiding elder, 
stood and made such explanations as were necessary. The 
number of accessions on profession of faith were over 1,230. 
Other items of interest, such as the comparative per centage 
of amounts paid on salaries and on the benevolent collec- 
tions, held the attention of the Conference. The names of 
the preachers in the Abingdon District, not already con- 
sidered, were called one by one and their characters passed. 

Report. — The Board of Missions made report No. 1, 
which was discussed by J. W. Perry, M. A. Stevenson, and 
Bishop Alinsworth. The address of the Bishop had been 
made the special order of the day, and it registered high 
and strong as a heart-stirring call for a deeper interest in 
God's plan of redeeming the world. The report was then 
adopted. See indexed supplement. 

Arrivals. — The following arrivals were noted: 

Clerical.— F. B. Jackson, W. T. Evans, R. G. Reynolds, J. B. Ely, 
J. T. Browning, D. T. Miles, W. R. Hendrix, C. E. Painter, J. A. Ellison, 

B. H. Greene, Jr., W. H. Walker, S. E. Bratton, L. M. Thomas, H. S. 
Hamilton, W. A. White, S. V. Morell, W. E. Browning, ]. C. Patty, 
Z. B. Randall, W. R. Carbaugh. 

Lay Delegates.- — Mrs. E. J. Foutc, A. C. Kirkman, John B. 
Vaughn, H. W, Huff, Matt G. Thomas, Mrs. W. H. Stafford, Mrs. |. 
N. Walker, A. D. Crenshaw, W. E. Brock, R. F. Carr, L. L. Trinkle, 
G. G. Peterman, Mrs. J. R. Brown, J. W. Lantz, F. A. Carter, T. B. 
Rector, E. J. Baker, G. T. Johnson, W. R. Carter; J. Will Bailey, alter- 
na:e from the Bluefield District, takes the place of B. H. Gray; F. E. 
Bartley, alternate from the Morristown District, takes the place of Mrs. 

C. T. Tally. 



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Orphanage. — The hour having arrived for a trip to 
Greeneville, Tenn., as the guests of the Plolston Orphanage, 
the Conference adjourned with the benediction by Bishop 
Ainsworth. 



THIRD DAY 

Friday, October 7, 1932. 

The Conference convened at 9 o'clock a. m., with 
Bishop Ainsworth presiding. Hymn 309, "Amazing grace," 
was sung. Bishop Ainsworth read the Scripture lesson from 
Ephesians, second chapter. J. N. Hillman led in prayer. 
The committee on Minutes made the following report: 

The minutes of the Conierence session of October 6, have been 
examined b\ the committee and are approvd. 

L. E. Hoppe, Chairman. 

Introductions. — Dr. W. R. Hendrix, of our Church 
Street Church, who was transferred to us last fall from the 
North Alabama Conference, and J. B. Love who is now 
received by transfer from the Texas Conference, in class 
of the first year, were introduced. Bishop Ainsworth an- 
nounced, in this connection, that H. C. Brown of this Con- 
ference, is transferred to the North Alabama Conference. 

Blackboard. — Reports from the charges of the Big 
Stone Gap District were made through the medium of a 
blackboard, the presiding elder, P. L. Cobb, making such 
explanations as were apropos. Accessions on profession of 
faith numbered 1,279. Opportunity was given the pastors 
to bring out clearly any outstanding feature of interest. The 
names of these pastors were then called one by, and their 
characters passed. 

Reports from the Wytheville District were likewise 
made through a blackboard exhibit. Rev. R. B. Piatt, Jr., 
the presiding elder, making the explanations. Accessions 
on profession of faith numbered 816. The names of the 
preachers were called one by one, and their characters passed. 

Deacon Elected. — Wilbur Nicholas Parker was elect- 
ed to Deacon's Orders. 



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HoLsoN Annual. — J. W. Lantz, for the special com- 
mittee on Annual, made report, which was discussed. J. 
A. Baylor moved to amend the report by directing the com- 
mittee to send statements of delinquencies in Annual ac- 
counts to the presiding elders, that they may use their in- 
fluence in helping to secure prompt payments. The amend- 
ment was adopted. The report as amended was adopted. 
See indexed supplement. J. W. Lantz asked for an audit- 
ing committee, which was ordered. J. M. Wysor, C. H. 
Wright and J. E. Anderson were appointed as said com- 
mittee. On motion of J. A. Burrow the committee on pub- 
lishing Conference Minutes was continued for another year. 

Special Order. — Bishop Answorth announced that he 
would receive the class into full connection at ten minutes to 
12 o'clock. 

Blackboard. — Reports from the charges of the Taze- 
well District were made through the medium of a black- 
board, S. D. Long, the presiding elder, making the ex- 
planations. Opportunity was offered for any pastor to call 
attention to any outstanding feature. The names of the 
pastors, not already considered, were called one by one and 
their characters passed. Number of accessions on profession 
of faith from this district were 667. 

Admitted. — The following persons, having met the 
requirements of our Church, and having been recommended 
by their several District Conferences, were admitted on trial 
into the traveling itinerancy: Big Stone Gap District — 
Paul Stradleyj Bluefield District — Henry Olin Troy, Mason 
Earl Stewart, the latter by the two-thirds majority vote re- 
quired in cases where the educational standard had not been 
met J Chattanooga District — James Love Patterson, Marcus 
Jackson Triplettj Morristown District — Ray Frederick 
Harris j Sweetwater District — Luther Henry Smith j Taze- 
well District — Henry Arthur Phillips. 

From Another Church. — Elbert Arthur Phillips 
was recognized as a traveling preacher from the Methodist 
Episcopal Church. 

Conference Organ. — The Board of Christian Litera- 
ture made report, which was discussed by C. E. Lundy, P, 



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L. Cobb, L. W. Pierce, C. T. Tally, F. B. Shelton. On 
motion of J. W. Perry the report was recommitted, with in- 
structions to collaborate with T. J. Eskridge, F. B. Shelton 
and P. L. Cobb in bringing a plan of meeting the financial 
obligation of the Conference to the publishers of our sus- 
pended Conference paper, the Methodist Herald. 

Reports, — The Bible Board made report, which was 
adopted. See indexed supplement. 

The Board of Education made report, which was dis- 
cussed by Dr. W. F. Quillian, Secretary of the General 
Board of Christian Education j Bishop Ajnsworth added 
words of comment. The report was adopted. See indexed 
supplement. 

J. M. Wysor, colporteur of the American Bible Society, 
briefly addressed the Conference in behalf of the circulation 
of the Holy Scriptures. 

Investigation. — Under question 21 — the passage of 
character — the name of D. T. Miles was called. His pre- 
siding elder, J. A. Burrow, stated that charges against Bro. 
Miles challenging his veracity in statements made at the 
last Annual Conference to the effect that his debts had beeji 
adjusted, 'necessitated a committee of investigation. Bishop 
Ainsworth appointed C. G. Eastwood, A. V. Rudy and T. N. 
Orr to conduct this investigation. 

Afternoon Session. — A session of the Conference was 
ordered for this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. 

Visitors. — Bishop James Cannon, Jr., chairman of our 
General Board of Temperance and Social Service, and Rev. 
Luther Bridgers, evangelistic singer, were introduced 

Full Connection. — The hour for a special order 
having arrived, the following persons having met the re- 
quirements of our Church, were called before the chancel, 
addressed by Bishop Ainsworth, propounded the Discip- 
linary questions, and then, one by one, were received by vote 
into full connection: William Mervin Seymour, Wilbur 
Nicholas Parker, Carl Looney, Edward Lee Crump. The 
Conference then adjourned with the benediction by Bishop 
Ainsworth. 



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Afternoon Session. 

The Conference convened at 2:30 p. m., Friday, with 
Bishop Ainsworth presiding. Hymn 388, "A charge to 
keep I have," was sung, Jeff Wall leading. Hale S. Hamil- 
ton led in prayer. 

JuNALUSKA. — The committee on Methodist Assembly 
at Lake Junaluska made report which was discussed by 
E. A. Cole, a layman of North Carolina, J. E. Wolfe, J. A. 
Baylor, J. F. Benton, N. M. Watson, I. P. Martin and 
R. N. Havens. Bishop Ainsworth added a few words. R 
N. Havens offered an amendment to the report to the effect 
that the trustees of the Methodist Assembly be asked to get 
the asked-for money privately instead of through an as- 
sessment. The amendment was adopted. The report as 
amended was adopted. See indexed supplement. 

Report. — The Board of Christian Literature again 
submitted its report, which was discussed by J. E. Ander- 
son and P. L. Cobb, and was then adopted. See indexed 
supplement. 

From Another Church. — Ray F. Harris was recog- 
nized in Elders Orders from the Church of the Brethren, 
he having certified his agreement with us in doctrine and 
Discipline, and being ready to take upon himself our ordina- 
tion vows, without re-imposition of hands. 

Deacons Elect. — Carl Looney and Edward Lee 
Crump were elected to Deacons Orders. 

J. B. Love, transferred to us from the Texas Con- 
ference in class of the first year, having passed the required 
examinations, was advanced to the class of the second year. 

Blackboards. — The Sweetwater and Radford Dis- 
tricts made statistical blackboard exhibit of their year's rec- 
ord, the presiding elders, M. P. Carico and J. R. Brown, 
making the explanations, individual pastors being given the 
opportunity to bring out any feature of special interest. The 
names of the preachers not already considered were called 
one by one, and their characters passed. The Sweetwater 
District showed 276 members added on profession of faith, 
and the Radford District 677. 

Referred. — The names of J. F, Jones, C. L. Strad- 



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ley, and J. M. Crowe were referred to the committee on 
Conference Relations for the superannuate's relation. 

Sabbatical Leave. — W, I. Hanna was granted a Sab- 
batical year of rest. 

Temperance. — Bishop Ainsworth called S. B. Vaught 
to the chair, while the presiding elders retired with the 
Bishop for a Cabinet session. The Board of Temperance 
and Social Service made report, after the hymn "Onward 
Christian Soldiers" had been sung. The report was dis- 
cussed by John F. Phillips, representing the Anti-Saloon 
League of Tennessee. James Knox, Educational League 
Director for five or six counties in East Tennessee, was in- 
troduced, but did not speak. S. B. Vaught introduced 
Bishop James Cannon, Jr., who spoke at length to the report, 
which was then adopted. See indexed supplement. 

Arrivals. — The following arrivals of delegates were 
reported to the secretary's table: S. N. Varnell, Mrs. M. 
E. Stafford, R. W. Rush, Miss Lucy Delp, T. M. Calhoun, 
T. G. Vaughn, Mrs. W. T. Moore, Mrs. W. K. Cregger. 

The Conference adjourned in due form. 



FOURTH DAY 

Saturday, October 8, 1932 
The Conference convened at 9 o'clock a. m., with 
Bishop Ainsworth presiding. Hymn 135, "Majestic sweet- 
ness sits enthroned," was sung, John C. Orr leading. N. 
M. Watson led in prayer. Hymn 325, "Break thou the 
bread of life," was sung. Bishop Ainsworth led the Con- 
ference in reading responsively the 16th Psalm. 

Minutes. — The committee on Journal made the fol- 
lowing report: 

The minutes of the Conference of the morning and afternoon 
sessions of October 7th have been duly examined by the committee and are 
approved. 

■■ L. E. Hoppe, Chairman. 

Blackboard. — The Chattanooga and Knoxville Dis- 
tricts made blackboard exhibits of statistical records for the 
year, the presiding elders, J. M. Carter and L P. Martin 
making the explanations in response to questions from Bishop 



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Ainsworth. The names of the preachers not already con- 
sidered were called one by one and their characters passed. 

Transferred. — Announcement was made that F. B. 
Morris, Elder, had been transferred to the Virginia Con- 
ference. 

R. L. Osborne was referred to the committee on Con- 
ference Relations for the superannuate's relation. 

Entertainment. — The special committee on a new 
plan of entertaining the Conference made report which was 
discussed by L. E. Hoppe, J. A. Burrow and J. E. Wolfe, 
and was, on motion of I. P. Martin, indefinitely postponed. 

Next Conference. — Question 44, "Where shall 
the next session of the Conference be held?" I. P. Martin 
presented an invitation from the city of Knoxville to meet 
there, holding its sessions in our new Church Street Church. 
The invitation was unanimously and gratefully accepted. 

Investigation Continued. — ^The committee to in- 
^^estigate charges affecting the veracity of D. T. Miles re- 
ported that the time was too short for a thorough investiga- 
tion. T. S. Hamilton moved that the committee be asked 
to report a verdict at this session. Bishop Ainsworth ruled 
the motion out of order, read the law of our Discipline 
showing that a continuation of a committee in such cases was 
an established order. He directed the presiding elder of 
the Bluefield District, J. A. Burrow, to take the matter in 
hand and push the investigation to as early a conclusion as 
possible after Conference. In the event that the committee 
adjudges a trial unnecessary, or if a trial should be ordered 
and an acquittal should follow, then it would be the duty 
of the Bishop to give Bro. Miles an appointment. 

Reports. — The Board of Education made report, 
which was adopted. See indexed supplement. 

The Educational Commission made report, which was 
adopted. See indexed supplement. 

The Board of Lay Activities made report, which was 
adopted. See indexed supplement. 

Lay Leader. — J. N. Hillman was, on nomination of 
the Board of Lay Activities, elected Conference Lay Leader. 

Memorial Session. — On motion of J. A. Burrow, and 



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ia accordance with a resolution adopted by our Conference a 
year ago concerning a new order for our Memorial Service, 
Saturday night was fixed as the time for this sacred service 
in regular Conference session. 

Visitor. — Dr. Franklin N. Parker, dean of Candler 
Theological College in Emory University, Atlanta, was 
introduced, and addressed the Conference in the interest of 
a better educated ministry. 

AuDiTOR^s Report. — The following report of a special 
committee was adopted: 

Auditing the accounts of Bro. J. W. Lantz, Chairman of Holston 
Atmual committee, we find same to agree with vouchers submitted. 

J. M. Wysor, Chairman. 

PuPLic Worship. — The committee on Public Worship 
made the following announcements: 

Preaching Appointments Sunday^ October 9th 

Munsey Memorial — 11 a. m., Bishop Wm. N. Ainsworth; 7:30 p. 
m., Dr. C. G. Hounshell. 

Central Baptist Church — 11 a. m., Dr. W. R. Hendrix; 7:30 p. 
m., Dr. S. B. Vaught. 

First Presbyterian — 11 a. m., Rev. M. A. Stevenson; 7:30 p. m., 
Rev, S. W, Hayne. 

Watauga Avenue Presbyterian — 1 1 a. m., Rev. W. F. Blackard. 

Brethren Church — 1 1 a. m., Rev. O. H. Logan. 

First M. E. Church — 7:30 p. m., Rev. R. E. Early. 

Mountain Home — 6:30 p. m., Rev. P. C. Foote. 

Bristol — State Street, 1 1 a. m.. Dr. J. C. Orr. 

Emory, Virginia — 11 a. m., Rev. M. S. Kincheloe. 

Broad Street, Kingsport, Tenn. — 1 1 a. m.. Rev. S. W. Ha^ne. 

M. E. Church, South, Elizabethton — Rev. L. E. Hoppe. 

Tyrus Hill M. E. South— 7:30 p. m.. Rev. M. E. Deakins. 

East Park — 7:30 p. m., Rev. S. C. Beard. 

Colored— A. M. E. Zion, Rev. D. F. Wyrick. 

Education. — F. B. Shelton, executive secretary of the 
Conference Board of Christian Education, spoke, appealing 
to the presiding elders and preachers in charge to help in 
promoting the new and unified programme of Christian 
Education. Miss Elizabeth Brown, in charge of the Young 
People's work in Holston, spoke in the interest of her work. 



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Miscellaneous. — In answer to minute questions 1 1 
and 12, no one was located, and no one has withdrawn. 

Miss Dora Young, treasurer of the Holston Orphan- 
age, was introduced, and represented that institution. 

Reports. — The committee on District C-onference Rec- 
ords made report, which was adopted. See indexed sup- 
plement. 

The Board of Church Extension made report, which 
was adopted. See indexed supplement. The treasurer also 
made report, as a part of the Board's record. See same 
supplement. 

The committee on Evangelism of the Board of Mis- 
sions made report, which was adopted. See indexed supple- 
ment. C. G. Hounshell moved that this report be given 
wide publicity. Carried. 

Miscellaneous.- — The time was extended. 

C. T. Tally suggested that this Conference have a sea- 
son of prayer and devotions before final adjournment. 

A short afternoon session was ordered, the hour fixed 
being 2:15, to be followed with a sermon by evangelist 
Luther Bridgers. 

J. A. Baylor moved that our final session be fixed for 
7:30 o'clock Sunday night. J. A. Early moved as an amend- 
ment that the hour be fixed at 2:15 p. m., Sunday. C. W. 
Kelley moved as a substitute for the whole that the hour 
for final adjournment follow immediately after the ordina- 
tion service Sunday morning. The subsitute did not pre- 
vail. The amendment was carried. The motion as amend- 
ed prevailed, fixing the final session at 2:15 Sunday after- 
noon. 

Miscellaneous. — R. T. McDowell presented a vol- 
ume of his book on "Prayer Life" to Bishop Ainsworth, 
who responded gratefully. 

Transfers. — The following resolution was read by 
I. P. Martin: 

Whereas it is a matter of common knowledge that there is great 
difficulty in making appointments of preachers to charges in Holston Con- 
ference; and 

Whereas it is commonly believed that this condition has been in- 
creased, if not produced, by the transfer of a large number of preachers 



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from other Conferences, and by the manner of exchanging of transfers; 
arid, further, by the manner of appointment of those transfers for whom 
no exchange is found; and 

Whereas serious dissatisfaction has arisen among the preachers of 
Holston Conference, which threatens its usefulness as well as its peace 
and harmony; therefore: 

Resolved, 1st. That the District Conference of the Knoxville 
District does hereby petition and request the Bishop who shall make the 
appointments in Holston Conference in this year, 1932, that he take 
immediate steps to relieve the crowding and congestion which has arisen 
from the bringing of transfers into Holston Conference. 

Resolved, 2nd. That we respectfully request and petition the 
College of Bishops of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, that they 
give serious and careful consideration to the situation in Holston Con- 
ference so as, if possible, to find a means of securing relief to Holston 
Conference without harm to any of the preachers who may be involved. 

Resolved, 3rd. That we memorialize Holston Conference, ask- 
ing that the above resolution or others of a similar nature be passed at 
its session in 1932, 

The above paper was adopted by the Knoxville District Con- 
ference. 

I. P. Martin, P. E. 

J. A. Burrow moved that, inasmuch as this is not the 
year for memorials to the General Conference, and inasmuch 
as this Conference so far has been one of beautiful harmony, 
therefore this resolution be laid on the table. The motion 
prevailed without a dissenting voice. 

Blackboards. — The Morristown and Bluefield Dis- 
tricts made report of statistics on certain items through the 
medium of a blackboard, the presiding elders, C. T. Tally 
and J. A. Burrow explaining questions propounded by Bishop 
Ainsworth. The names of preachers not already considered 
were called one by one and their characters passed. 

Bishop Ainsworth thanked the blackboard secretaries, 
E. L. Crump and J. T. Browning, who had done such fine 
service in these important exhibits. 

Spiritual Growth, — Bishop Ainsworth announced 
that there had been more than 5,000 persons added to the 
Church on profession of faith, which he declared to be a 
most unusual record. 

Veteran Visitor. — Dr, T, F. Glenn, of the Western 
North Carolina Conference, who joined the Holston Con- 
ference 75 years ago, and is now 94 years of age, was intro- 



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duced. Dr. Glenn, in age and feebleness extreme, was sup- 
ported by Rev. Carlock Hawk, who also began his ministry 
in the Holston Conference, but who is now a member of the 
Western North Carolina Conference. Bro. Hawk and a 
friend held the veteran preacher up while he talked to the 
Conference. If the form was frail and bent, the voice was 
firm and strong, sounding resonantly out as it did thirty 
years ago. When he had finished his talk of tenderness 
and abiding faith in God, and was assisted back to his seat, 
the Conference standing, sang spontaneously and fervently, 

"E'en down to old age all my people shall prove, 
My sovereign, eternal, unchangeable love." 

As the Conference sang, with deep feeling, many 
crowded around this hero of the cross and grasped his hand 
in happy fellowship. It was a scene not soon to be forgot- 
ten. Bishop Ainsworth spoke felicitous words. 

The Conference adjourned with the benediction by 
J. A. Baylor. 



Afternoon Session. 

The Conference convened at 2:15 o'clock, with Bishop 
Ainsworth presiding. Hymns 141, "The rock that is high- 
er than I," and 428, "Must Jesus bear the cross alone," 
were sung. W. M. Morrell led in prayer. 

Present. — J. H. Lotspeich, on behalf of the preachers 
and laymen of the Radford District, presented their retir- 
ing presiding elder, J. R, Brown, with a traveling-bag. 

Reports. — The Board of Missions made report, which 
was adopted. See indexed supplement. 

The committee on Conference Relations made report, 
which was discussed briefly, and recommitted for perfect- 
ing. 

The committee on Spiritual State of the Church made 
report, which was adopted. See indexed supplement. 

Retreats. — Bishop Ainsworth exhorted the presiding 
elders to hold a two days meeting in each district with the 
sole purpose of deepening the spiritual life of the preachers. 

Reports. — The commission on Benevolences made re- 
port, which was adopted. See indexed supplement. 



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The Board of Christian Literature made report, which 
was discussed by N. M. Watson, and then adopted. See 
indexed supplement. 

The committee on Conference Relations re-submitted 
its report. I. P. Martin moved to amend by giving W. 
L. Dykes the superannuate's relation. The amendment 
prevailed. The report as amended was then adopted as 
follows: 

Your Committee on Conference Relations makes the following 
recommendations : 

Supernumerary Relation: C. A. Beard, J. W. Helvey, J. B. Frazier. 

For the Superanuate's Relation: J. I. Cash, W. I. Fogleman, J. C. 
Maness, T. R. Handy, M. J. Wysor, W. H. Troy, W. M. Patty, R. S. 
Umberger, D. S. Hearon, B. W. Lee, ]. E. Naff, 'w. N. Wagner, G. A. 
Maiden, R. A. Kelly, W. R. Snider, R. M. Walker G. O. Gannaway, 
J. W. Repass, H. S. Johnston, A. M. Quails, J. D. Dame, J. N. Jones, 
D. W. Carter, T. D. Strader, J. W. Browning, J. E. Spring, A. B. Hunt- 
er, K. G. Munsey, ]. F. Jones, J. M. Crowe, C. L. Stradley, R. L. 
Osborne, W. C. Harris, W. L. Dykes, W. H. Dail. 

Left effective — J. M. Walker. 

G. M. Moreland, Chairman. 
C. R. Jones, Secretary. 

The commission on Budget made report, which was 
adopted. See indexed supplement. 

Resolution. — Resolutions concerning our benevolent 
collections were read by C. G. Hounshell. " Bishop Ains- 
worth talked to the resolutions. I. P. Martin moved to 
amend by declaring that the benevolent collections should 
be taken out of church budgets. Bishop Ainsworth took a 
standing vote, by sections of the auditorium, and the amend- 
ment was adopted without a dissenting vote. The resolu- 
tions as amended were adopted, as follows: 

Whereas the payments on Benevolences this year have been distress- 
ingly low, be it resolved: 

1. That we pledge ourselves to work systematically on the Benev- 
olent Funds from the very beginning of the year. 

2. To deal fairly with these obligations proportionately along with 
the local claims. 

3. To do our best to have in the hands of the treasurer 50% of 
these funds by May 1st, and have report charge by charge in the Advo- 
cate. 

4. So far as practical the assessments for benevolences is to be kept 
out of the "budget." C. G. Hounshell 

J. A. Baylor 
James N. Hillman 



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Great Meeting. — Bishop Ainsworth announced his 
purpose to hold a great mass-meeting at Bristol, January 
21-13. This meeting is to be of Conference-wide propor- 
tions, and should be attended by 2,000 persons, the speakers 
to be outstanding men who will challenge and hold atten- 
tion. A standing pledge was given the Bishop to help him 
make this a notable occasion in Holston. 

Visitor. — Mrs. L. W. McFarland, whose preacher- 
husband died during the summer, was introduced. Bravely 
she had taken up her young husband's work, so far as his 
benevolent collections were concerned, and had raised them. 
The Conference stood in her honor. 

Public Worship. — At the secretary's request, C. K. 
Wingo, pastor host, furnished the following order of public 
services held during this Conference session: 

Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., sermon by Paul Martin, of our 
Magnolia Avenue Church, Knoxvillej Wednesday after- 
noon, 3:00 o'clock, sermon by R. E. Greer, of Clinton, 
Tenn.^ Wednesday, 7:30 p .m., a Missionary Pageant was 
given by a group of young people from Grove Avenue 
Church, East Radford, Va.j devotions were led by W. P. 
Eastwood. Thursday, 7:30 p. m,, a great rally of laymen 
numbering approximately 800 heard an address by Dr. G. 
L. Morelock, General Secretary of our General Board of 
Lay Activities^ Friday 7:30 p. m.. Educational address by 
Dr. W. F. Quillian, General Secretary of our Board of 
Christian Education. 

Telegram. — The following telegram was read: 

Knoxvillc, Tenn., Oct. 7 
Sec. Holston Conference: 

Southern Methodist Church, Johnson City, Tenn. 
Pastor and Official Board of the Guest Church Holston Conference, 
Methodist Episcopal Church, extends fraternal greetings to the Holston 
Conference Southern Church and pledges prayers and labors for a united 
Methodism. 

W. B. Morgan. 

The secretary was directed to respond to Dr. Morgan, 
and to convey our fraternal greetings to the Holston Con- 
ference, Methodist Episcopal Church, which meets next 
week in Knoxville. 



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Adjourned with the benediction by J. F. Benton, to 
meet in Memorial Session, this, Saturday, night. 

Memorial Session 

The Conference convened in Memorial Session, Satur- 
day night, with Bishop Ajinsworth presiding. Hymn 19, 
"Come, thou fount of every blessing," was sung. G. A. 
Maiden led in prayer. Bishop Ainsworth explained that 
he needed a little rest before the Sabbath, and so called 
PVank Y. Jackson to the chair, and retired to his room at 
the John Sevier Hotel. 

Jeff Wall, evangelistic singer, by request, sang the 
hymn he had sung at the funeral of Thomas Priddy, 
"We'll never say good-bye in Heaven." 

John C. Orr read a composite memoir of the preachers 
and preachers' wives who had died during the year. The 
memoir briefly touched on the salient points in the lives of 
our fallen comrades. Complete memoirs will be published 
in the Holston Annual. Here is the list of the persons who, 
during the year, passed from time into eternity: 

David P. Hurley 

J. Tyler Frazier 

Thomas Priddy 

Benjamin C. Wilson 

Walter Hodge 

Charles E. Steele 

Lawrence W. McFarland 

Mrs. E. H. Yankee 

Mrs. A. H. Clark 

Mrs. E. W. Mort 

The Conference stood and sang, "How firm a founda- 
tion." The memorial sermon was then preached by J. B. 
Ely, who used as his text, Matthew xxi., 31-32: "But as 
touching the resurrection of the dead, have ye not read that 
which was spoken unto you by God, saying I am the God 
of Abraham, and the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob. 
God is not the God of the dead, but of the living." 

Luther Bridgers sang "The Old Rugged Cross," and 
the Conference adjourned with the benediction by J. A. 
Burrow. 



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FIFTH DAY 

Sunday, October 9, 1932. 
The Conference convened at 2:15 p. m., with Bishop 
Ainsworth presiding. Hymn 332, "Come thou fount of 
every blessing," was sung. 

Ordination. — First assistant secretary, J. F. Benton, 
presented those who were to be ordained Elders. Bishop 
Ainsworth used the impressive ordination ritual of our 
Church, R. E. Early reading the first Scripture lesson, and 
C. G. Hounshell the second. The following certificate of 
ordination becomes a part of this record: 

This is to certify that on Sunday morning, October 9, 1932, in 
the Munsey Memorial Methodist Church in Johnson City, Tenn., after 
divine worship, I ordained William Mervin Seymour, Wilbur Nicholas 
Parker, Carl Looney, Edward Lee Crump, to the office of Deacon in the 
traveling connection, and John Benjamin Trent and James Woodford 
Stone in the local ranks. 

In the same church in the afternoon of the same day I ordained 
Prince Alva Eades, Phillips Cleopas Foote and Herman Edward Lovelace 
to the office of Elders in the traveling connection, assisted by Revs. J. R. 
Brown, P. L. Cobb, M. P. Carico in the laying on of hands. 

William N. Ainsworth. 

E. A. Phillips and R. C. Harris took upon themselves 
our ordination vows, without re-imposition of hands. 

Minutes. — The committee on reading our Journal 
made the following report: 

The minutes of the regular and Memorial sessions of the Conference 
held on Saturday, October 8th, have been read by the committee and 
are approved. 

L. E. Hoppe, Chairman. 

Statistics. — Bishop Ainsworth called the statistical 
Minute questions, which were answered by D. Trigg James, 
chief statistical secretary. See indexed Minute Questions. 

Thanks. — The following resolutions were adopted by 
a rising vote: 

Johnson City in general, and Munsey Memorial Church in par- 
ticular, have put us all under obligations for unstinted hospitality and 
kindly courtesies multiplied. Bro. C. K. Wingo and his force of helpers 
have given themselves unreservedly to looking after our comfort, the 
Methodist and other homes of Johnson City, the newspapers, the John 
Sevier Hotel, the blackboard secretaries, the hard-worked statistical secre- 



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taries, and others, have made this session of our Conference a great 
occasion. The railroad trip to the Orphanage at Greeneville, Tenn., the 
appetizing lunch served, the stirring programme rendered, and the warm 
welcome shown, all so generously provided by the Orphange authorities, 
made all of us prouder than ever of this worthy institution. All of the 
above mentioned have our deep appreciation and grateful thanks. 

E. A. Shugart 
J. A. Burrow 
J. F. Benton 

Minutes. — The committee on our Journal made the 
following report: 

The minutes of the final session of the Conference of October 9th 
have been read by the committee and are approved. 

L. E. Hoppe, Chairman. 

Telegram. — The following telegram has been receiv- 
ed, and will be responded to by the secretary for the Con- 
ference : 

Winchester, Va., Oct. 8, 1932. 
Dr. James A. Burrow, Secretary, 

Holston Conference Johnson City, Tenn: 
The Baltimore Conference in session sends love and greetings to 
the Bishop and the brethren of the Holston Conference and prays God's 
richest blessing to rest upon them. 

H. M. Canter, Secretary. 

Sine Die. — Bishop Ainsworth talked on features of 
our itinerant ministry, its hardships and its delights, its 
difficulties and its opportunities; he then led in prayer, after 
which he read the appointments for the coming year. The 
Conference stood and sang, "Praise God from whom all 
blessings flow," and then adjourned sine die with the bene- 
diction by Bishop Ainsworth. 



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Minute Questions 



I— PROBATIONERS 

1. Who are admitted on trial? 

Paul Stradley, Henry Olin Troy, Mason Earl Stewart, James Love 
Patterson, Marcus Jackson Triplett, Ray Frederick Harris, Luther Henry 
Smith, Henry Arthur Phillips. 

2. Who else is in the class of the first year? 

Harold Jameson Davis, J. Tyler Frazier IIL, Emmett Sidney John- 
son, Dwight Hadden McGhee, Maurice Cecil Dailey. 

3. Who remain on trial? 

Charles Hancher Browning, Luther Hubert Collcms, Robert Henley 
Duncan, Dean Martin Neece, Ernest Cabell Smith, James Woodford Stone, 
Thomas Leonard Williams, Roy Isaac Reese, Joe Brown Love. 

Austin Albert Angle passed examinations, was advanced to the class 
of the third year, and elected to Deacon's orders, but, on account of illness 
during Conference, was not received into full connection, nor ordained 
Deacon. 

4. Who else is in the class of the second year? 

Courtland Joroulmon, Edgar Dower Smith, William Lee Vernon, 
Allen Homer Clark, Joseph Price Byrd. 

5. Who are discontinued? 

Albert B. Bean, Zecharich A. Faison, Paris B. Sarver, Marcel M. 
Brackman, Samuel L. Akers, Mont K. Provence, Lorenzo D. Perkins. 

II.— CONFERENCE MEMBERSHIP 

6. Who are admitted into full connection? 

William Mervin Seymour, Carl Looncy, Wilbur Nicholas Parker, 
Edward Lee Crump. 

7. Who else is in the class of the third year? 

Lyda Wesley Rhudy, Henry Thomas Wheeler, J. E. Foster, Foye 

Goodner Gibson. 

8. Who are readmitted? 
No one. 

9. Who are received by transfer from other Conferences? 

J. B. Love in class of the first year, from the Texas Conference, 
but advanced to the class of the second year by this Conference. 

10. Who are received from other Churches as traveling preachers? 
Elbert Arthur Phillips, Elder from the Methodist Episcopal Church. 

n. Who are located this year? 
No one. 

12. Who have withdrawn or been expelled? 
Withdrawn — No one. 
Expelled — No one. 



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13. Who are transferred to other Conferences? 

H. C. Brown, Elder, to the North Alabama Conference; F. B. 
Morris, Elder, to the Virginia Conference. 

14. What preachers have died during the year? 

D. P. Hurley, J. T. Frazier, Thomas Priddy, B. C. Wilson, Walter 
Hodge, C. E. Steele, L. W. McFarland. 

III.— ORDERS 

15. Who are the deacons of one year? 

David Andrew Warner, Carmen Ercelle Wilson, Leroy Hankins, 
Louis Alonzo Harmon, James Tilden Browning. 

16. Who else is in the class of the fourth year? 

Roy Carlisle Davis, Neil McKinnon, Holland McTeer Russell, 
William Hicks Dail. 

17. What traveling preachers and what local preachers have been 
elected deacons? 

Traveling Preachers — William Mervin Seymore, Carl Looney, Wil- 
bur Nicholas Parker, Austin Alvin Angle, Edward Lee Crump. 

Local Preachers — James Woodford Stone, John Benjamin Trent. 

18. What traveling preachers and what local preachers have been 
ordained deacons? 

Treaveling Preachers — William Mervin Seymore, Wilbur Nicholas 
Parker, Carl Looney, Edward Lee Crump. 

Local Preachers — James Woodford Stone, John Benjamin Trent. 

19. What traveling preachers and what local preachers have been 
elected elders? 

Traveling Preachers — Prince Alva Eades, Phillips Cleopas Foote, 
Herman Edward Lovelace. 

Local Preachers — No one. 

20. What traveling preachers and what local preachers have been 
ordained elders? 

Prince Alva Eades, Phillips Cleopas Foote, Herman Edward Love- 
lace. 

Local Preachers — No one. 

IV.— CONFERENCE RELATIONS 

21. Are all the preachers blameless in their life and official ad- 
ministration? 

A committee appointed at Conference to investigate a charge against 
D. T. Miles Involving his veracity was continued for lack of time, his 
presiding elder to superintend the investigation. The other preachers 
were called one by one and their characters passed. 

22. Who are supernumerary? 

C. A. Beard, J. W. Helvey, J. B. Frazier. 



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23. Who are superannuated? 

J. I. Cash, W. I. Fogleman, J. C. Maness, T. R. Handy, M. J. 
Wysor, W. H. Troy, W. M. Patty, R. S. Umberger, D. S. Hearon, B. W. 
Lee, J. E. Naff, W. N. Wagne'r, G. A. Maiden, R. A. Kelly, W. R. 
Snider, R. M. Walker, L. M. Cartright, G. O. Gannaway, J. W. Repass, 
H. S. Johnston, A. M. Quails, J. D. Dame, J. N. Jones, D. W. Carter, 
T. D. Strader, J. W. Browning, J. E. Spring, A. B. Hunter, K. G. Mun- 
sey, J. F. Jones, |. M. Crowe, C. L. Stradley, R. L. Osborne, W. E. 
Harris, W. L. Dykes, W. H. Dail. 

v.— STATISTICS 

24. What is the number of districts, of pastoral charges, and of 
societies* in this Conference.^ 

Districts, 10; pastoral charges, 249; societies, 867. 

25. What is the number of members, how many have been received 
this year on profession of faith, how many have been licensed to preach, 
and what is the number of local preachers? 

MemberSjf 104,564; received on profession of faith, 5,174; licensed, 
20; local preachers, 189. 

26. How many adults and how many infants have been baptized 
during the year? 

Adults, 5,291; infants, 730. 

27. What is the number of Epworth Leagues and of Epworth 
League members? 

Epworth Leagues, 462; Epworth League members, 14,784. 

28. What is the number of Sunday schools, of Sunday school of- 
hcers and teachers, and of Sunday school scholars enrolled during the year? 

Sunday schools, 766; officers and teachers, 7,868; scholars enrolled, 
109,547. 

29. What is the number of Woman's Missionary Societies, and what 
is the number of members of the same? 

Societies, 282; members, 9,952. 

30. What is the number of Wesley Brotherhoods, and Wesley 
Brotherhood members? 

Brotherhoods, 9; members, 302. 

31. What is the number of members enrolled in the Fellowship 
of Stewardship? 

Members enrolled, 600. 

32. What are the educational statistics? 

Institutions, 5; teachers, 31; students, 595; value of property, 
$1,417,000; endowment, $293,000; indebtedness, $461,000. 



*The term "society" is equivalent to an organized congregation. 
fThe total given for members is to include local preachers. 



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33. What are the orphanage statistics? 

Orphanages, 1; Officers and teachers, 16; children in orphanage, 
176; money expended, $37,568; value of property, $254,177; indebted- 
ness, $5,500. 

34. What are the hospital statistics? 
Hospitals, none. 

VI.— FINANCES 

3 5. What has been contributed for the following causes? 

American Bible Society, 35.2%; Church Extension, 3 5.2%; Chris- 
tian Education, 35.2%; Federal Council, 35.2%; General Conference 
expense, 35.2%; Hospitals, 3 5.2%; Lay Activities, 35.2%; Kingdom 
Extension, 35.2%; Missions, 35.2%. 

36. What has been contributed for the support of the ministry? 
Bishops, $35.2%; presiding elders, $39,765; preachers in charge, 
$313,817; Superannuate Endowment Fund, $5 36. 

3 7. What is the grand total contributed for all purposes from all 
sources this year? 

$1,030,364; (Decrease $266,289). 

VII.— CHURCH PROPERTY 

38. What is the number of houses of worship, their value, and the 
amount of indebtedness thereon? 

Houses of worship, 728; value, $7,489,590.00; indebtedness, 
$1,202,494. 

39. What is the number of parsonages, their value, and the amount 
of indebtedness thereon? 

District parsonages, 10; value, $131,500; indebtedness, $28,300; 
parsonages belonging to pastoral charges, 202; value, $1,027,585; in- 
debtedness, $86,127. 

40. What amount of insurance is carried on Church property, and 
what amount has been paid out in premiums? 

Insurance carried, $2,974,460; premiums paid, $15,662. 

41. How many churches and parsonages have been damaged or 
destroyed during the year, what is the amount of damages, and what has 
been collected thereon? 

Churches damaged, 4; amount of damage, $8,244; collected, $4,114. 
43. What is the number of superannuate homes, and what is their 
value? 

Homes, 2; value, $25,000. 

VII.— MISCELLANEOUS 

43. Who is elected Conference La;- Leader? 
J. N. Hillman, Emory, Va. 

44. Where shall the next session of the Conference be held? 
Church Street Church, Knoxville, Tenn. 



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APPOINTMENTS 

Note — The parentheses classify the undeigiaduatcs- Figures at end of line indicate number 
of year on the particular charge. 

ABINGDON DISTRICT— E. E. Wiley, Presiding Elder .._. 3 

1 Abingdon J. E. Gilbreath 1 

2 Abingdon Circuit F. B. Wyatt 2 

3 Benham F. M. Buhrman 4 

4 Blountville C. H. Wright 5 

5 Bluif City T. N. Orr ^ 1 

6 Bristol — Anderson St C. H. Williams 5 

. 7 Reynolds Memorial S. B. Vaught 6 

Assistant . G. W. Henley, Supply 

8 South Bristol J. A. H. Shuler 1 

9 State Street R. N. Havens 2 

10 Virginia Ave J. L. Mullens 1 

1 1 West' Bristol N. W. Looney, Supply . 

12 Bristol Circuit J. C. Logan 5 

13 Broadford F. B. Jackson 1 

14 Ceres Lyda Wesley Rhudy (cl. 3) 4 

15 Damascus A. S. Clear 3 

16 F^lizabethton W.'S. Hendricks 1 

17 Emory & Glade Spring M. S. Kincheloe 1 

J. W. Helvey, Supernumerary 

18 Meadow View B. F. DeBusk, Supply 

19 Keywood Henry Olin Troy (class 1) 1 

20 Mountain City William Marsh, Supply 

21 Saltvllle R. L. Wright 3 

Exec. Sec. B. Christ. Edu._.__F. B. Shelton 

Ext. Sec. B. Christ. Edu S. C. Beard 

Dis. Director Sup. Endow R. T. McDowell 

District Evangelist W. B. Belchee 

District Evangelist S. A. McCanless _. 

Missionary to Poland Foye G. Gibson (class 3, E) 

BIG STONE GAP DISTRICT— W. P. Eastwood, Presiding Elder..., 1 

1 Andover — Arno James Tilden Browning (class 4) 1 

2 Appalachia H. G. Holdway 3 

3 Benedict — Imperial Robert Henley Duncan (class 2) 2 

4 Big Stone Gap . H. B. Brown 3 

5 Bonny Blue Edward Lee Crump*.._.(class 3) 3 

6 Clinchport Paul Stradley (class 1) 1 

7 Coeburn O. H. Logan 2 

8 Cumberland Gap B. H. Hampton 1 

9 Dungannon S. V. Gibson 1 

10 East Stone Gap C. A. Hillman 3 

1 1 Ewing Chas. Hancher Browning( class 2) 2 

12 Exeter — Imboden' G. W. Fox 2 

13 Gate City J. B. Ely 4 

14 Gate City Circuit J. E. Graham, Supply 



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1 5 Jonesville I. E. Cregger 2 

16 Kingsport Circuit T. H. Francisco 1 

17 Kingsport — Broad Street F. Y. Jackson 4 

1 8 Kingsport City Circuit D. S. Dosser 4 

19 City Circuit Wm. Mervin Seymour (cl. 3) 3 

20 City Circuit To be supplied 

21 Norton A. M. Stone 1 

22 Pennington Gap C. F. Watkins 4 

23 Assistant Wilber Nicholas Parker* (cl. 3) 1 

24 Pardee J. B. Simpson 1 

25 Powell's Valley J. C. Clark 1 

26 Roda — Osaka W. H. Simpkins 5 

27 Stonega — Derby P. H. Horner 5 

28 Tom's Creek P. C. Foote 1 

29 Wise and Mission R. G. Farmer 2 

*Is in class of fourth year in studies. 

BLUEFIELD DISTRICT— J. A. Burrow, Presiding Elder 4 

1 Bartley and English Wm. Lee Vernon (cl. 2) 4 

2 Berwind and Newhall W. H. Briggs 7 

3 Bluefield— Bland Street S. W. Hayne 4 

4 Grace Church J. R. Brown 1 

5 Trinity T. S. Hamilton— 4 

6 Bramwell S. H. Austin 3 

7 Capels and Superior S. W. Bourne 1 

8 Coalwood H. S. Hutsell 3 

9 Crumpler Z. D. Holbrook 3 

10 Davy G. M. Moreland 4 

1 1 Eckman and Keystone W. S. Barbery 5 

12 Gary D. T. fames 5 

13 Goodwill H. L. 'Dean 3 

14 laeger P. A. Fades 1 

15 Jenkinjones J. E. Davis 3 



16 Kimball-.. 

1 7 Maybeury.. 

18 McDowell. 

19 Montcalm.. 



E. H. Cole 1 

J. F. Barnett 3 

G. T. Jordon 6 

J. R. Belcher 3 

20 Northfork E. M. Ritchey 3 

21 Roderfield C. C. Bailey, Supply 

22 War and Amonate C. E. Painter 4 

23 Welch L. W. Pierce 1 

24 Wilcoe and Thorpe L. D. Yost 3 

Student Hiwassee Col Mason Earl Stewart (cl. 1) 

Colporteur Am. Bible Sec J. M. Wysor 

CHATTANOOGA DISTRICT— J. M. Carter, Presiding Elder 4 

1 Aetna Circuit.., X. D. Gadd, Supply 

2 Avondale JR.. C. Camper 5 

3 Brainerd C. E. Lundy 5 



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4 Broad Street ..Marcus Jackson Triplett (class 1) 1 

5 Centenary C. K. Wingo 1 

6 Dayton C. L. Cox . 3 

7 Dunlap J. W. Hammer - 3 

8 Eastdale C. F. Lundy, Supply 

9 East Lake E. R. Lewis 4 

10 Evensville Ernest Cabell Smith (class 2) 1 

11 Flintstone James Woodford Stone_.(class 2) 3 

1 2 Forest Avenue C. T. Gray 2 

13 Highland Park French Wampler 1 

14 Hixson Emmett Sidney Johnson (class 1) 1 

15 Jasper A. E. Middlebrooks 1 

16 King Memorial J. C. Orr 3 

17 Lookout Station A. M. Tomlinson, Supply 

18 Lookout Circuit H. E. Bradshaw 1 

19 Ooltewah :__._ J. C. Foster (class 3) 2 

20 Pikeville S. O. Frye 1 

21 Ridgedale L. E. Hoppe 1 

22 Rising Fawn and Trenton T. J. Houts 1 

23 Rossville E. L. McConnell 2 

24 South Pittsburg , W. S. Neighbors 1 

2 5 Spring City C. N. Kennedy 3 

26 St. Elmo W. H. Harrison ' 1 

27 Trinity C. G. Eastwood 2 

28 Tyner and Graysville W. B. Peck 3 

29 Wauhatchie R. H. Bethea, Supply 

30 White Oak F. W. Johnson, Supply 

31 Whitwell R. L. Parks 2 

32 Wisdom Memorials W. F. Dailey, Supply 

Prof. Emory University L. M. Thomas II 

Asst. Gen. Miss. Sec'y C. G. Hounshell 

Student Emory University— .Jas. Love Patterson (cl. 1) 

KNOXVILLE DISTRICT— I. P. Martin, Presiding Elder 2 

1 Andersonville H. E. Lovelace 2 

2 Asbury Roy Isaac Reese (cl. 2) 

3 Caryville & Fincastle R. H. Ballard 1 

4 Clinton M. P. Carico 1 

5 Coal Creek Thomas Leonard Williams (cl. 2) 2 

6 Corryton W. A. McCormack 2 

7 Henry's Cross Roads Lester Hubert Collums.___(cl. 2) 2 

8 Knoxville — ^Brookside Luther Henry Smith (cl. 1) 1 

9 Central J. W. Henley 1 

10 Chuch Street W. R. Hendrix 2 

1 1 Univ. Pastor J. C. Love (cl. 2) 1 

12 Clyde Street W. T. Roby, Supply . 

13 Emerald Avenue J. E. Anderson 1 

14 East Hill Ave Dean Martin Neece (cl. 2) 1 

15 Epworth T. P. Sims 2 



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16 Fountain City J. E. Wolfe 2 

J. B. Frazier, Supernumerary 

17 Lincoln Park C. R. Jones 2 

18 Macedonia S. L. Browning 1 

19 Magnolia Ave P. P. Martin 3 

20 Marble Hill and Zion C. W. Owen, Supply 

21 Perry Chapel W. H. Leming, Supply 

22 Roseberry C. L. Carr, Supply 

23 University Ave M. O. Summers, Supply 

24 Virginia Ave Y. W. Brooks 3 

2 5 Washington Pike J. F. Benton 1 

26 West View W. M. Beets, Supply 

27 West Lonsdale O. E. Householder, Supply 

28 LaFollette J. E. Lowry 2 

29 Petros E. R. Allison, Supply 

31 Powell Station W. M. Dean 1 

32 Sevierville O. C. Clark 1 

3 3 Stoney Point S. O. Breeden, Supply 

34 Strawberry PI. & Holston David Andrew Warner....(class 4) 4 

Home Sec'y. Bd. Missions J. W. Perry 

Dist. Evangelist J. H. Watkins . 

MORRISTOWN DISTRICT— C. T. Tally, Presiding Elder 2 

1 Bridger's Chapel T. M. Bellamy 1 

2 Bull's Gap K. W. Cox 1 

3 Erwin E. H. Cassidy 3 

4 Fall Branch Roy Carlisle Davis (class 4) 1 

5 Greeneville R. E. Early 2 

6 Hawkins Circuit E. H. Yankee 3 

7 Independence Miss N. M. Moneyhun, Supply 

8 Jefferson City J. A. Ellison 4 

9 Johnson City — Munsey Mem.__.W. F. Blackard 1 

Assistant C. B. Davis, Supply 

10 Johnson City Circuit Louis Alonzo Harmon-__.(class 4) 2 

11 Jonesboro H. S. Hamilton 13 

12 Limestone M. R. Chambers 1 

13 Morristown B. T. Sells 1 

14 Morristown Circuit D. B. Wright 4 

15 Mosheim J. T. Booth 2 

16 Newport C. M. Fisher 3 

17 New Tazewell To be supplied 

1 8 Nolachuckey W. L. Tate 1 

19 Parrottsville Ray Frederick Harris.— (cl. 1, E) 1 

20 Rogersville E. T. Gilmer 3 

21 Surgoinsville A.N. Dailey 1 

22 Tate and Rutledge Carmen Ercelle Wilson-__^(cl. 4) 4 

23 Tazewell J. R. King 1 

24 White Pine ___W. E. Browning 1 

Student Asbury College Harold Tanieson Davis (cl. 1) 



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Sabbatical Leave W. L Hanna 

District Evangelist Dwight Hadden McGhee (cl. 1) 

Superannuate William Hicks Dail (cl. 4) 

RADFORD DISTRICT— W. M. Bunts, Presiding Elder 1 

1 Athens O. C. Wright 3 

2 Aubern [. H. Lotspeich 4 

3 Bland S. E. Bratton 2 

4 Dublin J. C. Patty : 1 

5 East River R. J. Atkins 2 

6 Eggleston R. E. Regan I 

7 Floyd R. C. Bailey, Supply 

8 Glenwood W. M. Ellis 3 

9 I'.. Radford— Grove Ave R. B. Piatt, Jr 1 

10 Lerona Z. F. Mayberry 1 

1 1 Matoaka R. O. Eller 3 

12 Mechanicsburg V. M. Ross, Supply 

13 Narrows C. W. Taylor 2 

14 New River Austin Albert Angle* (cl. 3) 2 

1 S Pearisburg J. A. Early 4 

16 Princeton — 1st Church W. M. Morrell 5 

17 Kee Street W. S. Lyons 3 

18 Pulaski and Mission M. A. Stevenson 3 

Assistant C. A. Brabston, Supply 

19 Spanishburg J. M. Moore, Supply 

20 Springton W. E. Bailey 2 

21 Staffordsville I. N. Munsey 5 

Missionary to Africa Henry Thos. Wheeler-(cl. 3, E) 

Prof. Concord College A. B. Moore 

Student Emory Univ Joseph Price Byrd (cl. 2) 

Conf. Director Sup. Endow. _W. M. Morrell 

*Advanced to this class, but, on account of illness, was not admitted 
into full connection, nor ordained Deacon. 

SWEETWATER DISTRICT— E. D. Worley, Presiding Elder 1 

1 Athens H. D. Hart 1 

C. A. Beard, Supernumerary 

2 Athens Circuit W. R. Walker, Supply 

3 Benton W. R. Carbaugh 1 

4 Charleston W. H. Walker 1 

5 Cleveland R. E. Greer 1 

6 Concord F. F. Essary 2 

7 Decatur G. E. Erwin 2 

8 Ducktown J. W. Stewart 1 

9 Etowah G. K. Patty 6 

10 Harriman M. C. Weikel 3 

1 1 Harriman Circuit Allen Homer Clark (class 2) 4 

12 Hiwassee Col. Circuit G. B. McCrary 3 



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1 3 Lenoir City R. G. Reynolds 1 

14 Loudon R. L. Evans 6 

15 Louisville J. N. Smith 3 

16 Madisonville B. H. Greene 3 

17 Maryville Z. B. Randall 4 

18 Riceville W. L Farmer, Supply 

19 Rockwood N. D. Guerry 3 

20 South Cleveland J. A. Henderson 3 

2 1 Sweetwater W. K. Cregger 3 

Dist. Evangelist J. M. Walker 

TAZEWELL DISTRICT— S. D. Long, Presiding Elder 4 

1 Belfast H. R. Wilson 3 

2 Boissevain and Coopers S. H. Auvil 3 

3 Buchanan A. Hall, Supply 

4 Cedar Bluff Leroy Hankins (cl. 4) 5 

5 Castlewood M. Quessenberry 1 

6 Clintwood Neil McKinnon (cl. 4) 5 

7 Dickensonville Henry Arthur Phillips.___(cl. 1) 1 

8 Elk Garden E. W. Dean 5 

9 Graham Circuit W. D. Larrowe 5 

in Graham Station C. W. Kelley 1 

1 1 Grundy-__- S. L. Jones 3 

12 Honaker E. A. Phillips 1 

13 Lebanon E. N.Woodward 3 

14 North Tazewell Courtland Joroulmon (cl. 2) 2 

I 5 Pocahontas A. V. Rudy . 4 

16 Richlands P. P. Tabor 3 

17 Rocky Gap R. W. Watts I 

18 St. Paul C. A. Pangle 2 

19 Sandy Ridge ____: T. N. Shook, Supply 

20 Tazewell C. W. Dean 3 

21 Tazewell Circuit D. F. Wyrick 1 

22 West Graham C. T. Miller 2 

Student Duke Univ Holland McTeer Russell (cl. 4) 

WYTHEVILLE DISTRICT— J. A. Baylor, Presiding Elder 1 

1 Cedar Springs J. B. Staley 1 

2 Chilhowie T. J. Eskridge 2 

3 Coveton Edgar Dowey Smith (cl. 2) 2 

4 Cripple Creek M. E. Deakins 2 

5 Elk Creek W. T. Moore 4 

6 Fries S. S. Boyer 3 

7 Galax P. L. Cobb 1 

8 Galax Circuit S. L. Payne 2 

9 Grant W. A. White 2 

10 Hillsville Carl Looney (cl. 3) 2 

I I Independence W. T. Evans 1 



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12 Lead Mines C. B. Dickenson 1 

13 Marion E. A. Shugart 4 

14 Marion Circuit L. M. Burris 3 

1 5 Max Meadows C. G. McKay . 1 

16 Rural Retreat W. L. Suggs 2 

17 Rural Retreat Circuit W. D. Farmer 3 

18 Spring Valley J. C. Spurlin 4 

19 Woodlawn J. W. Morris 2 

20 Wytheville N. M. Watson 2 

21 Wytheville Circuit L. D. Mayberry 3 

Student Emory Univ Maurice Cecil Dailey (cl. 1) 

Student Duke Univ J. Tyler Frazier III (cl. 1) 



TRANSFERRED 

In — J. B. Love, in class of the first year, from the Texas Conference. 
Advanced to 2d year at this Conference. 

Out — H. C, Brown, Elder, to the North Alabama Conference; 
F. B. Morris, Elder, to the Virginia Conference. 

BOUNDARY CHANGES 

Abingdon District: Take Glade Spring church from the Glade 
Spring and Meadow View charge and attach it to Emory, naming the 
charge Emory and Glade Spring. Change the name of the former to 
the Meadow View Circuit. 

Bluefield District: Absorb the Twin Branch charge, attaching 
Twin Branch and Marytown to Davy. 

Knoxville District: Discontinue Clinton Circuit. Add Sulphur 
Springs to Coal Creek, Tadlocks to Andersonville and Valley View to 
Powell Station. Take Murphy's Chapel from Powell Station and add to 
Corryton. Discontinue Beverly and add Beverly Church to Stony Point. 
Discontinue Jacksboro and add Jacksboro to Caryville and Fincastle. 

Morristown District: Boring's Chapel re-instated on Johnson City 
Circuit. Greenwood' re-instated on Limestone Circuit. Take Thomas' 
Chapel from Tazewell and place it on New Tazewell. Take Thompson's 
Chapel from New Tazewell and place it on Tazewell. Take Marvin 
Church from Jonesboro and place on Johnson City Circuit. Take Shilo 
from Surgoinsville Circuit and place on Independence. 

Sweetwater District: Discontinue the Browder Memorial charge, 
and add Browder Memorial Church to Lenoir City charge. 

Tazewell' District: Take Austin's Chapel, Street's School House, 
Hale's School House, Tiller's School House, Bo}-d's Chapel, Bethany, 
Whitewood, Grassy Creek from Sandy Ridge Circuit, and Triangular 
Mountain Institute from the Grundy Charge, and set up the Buchanan 
Circuit. 



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Reports 



BIBLE BOARD 

We believe the Bible to be the inspired Word of God, and that in 
spite of its enemies it will continue its mission of edifying and comfort- 
ing the hear:s of men. Each year it is being printed in new languages, 
and is reaching more people. Each year it enjoys a greater circulation 
than any other book. Our people should be urged to read it, and, where 
there are homes without it, every effort should be made to place it in 
such homes. It helps those who read it to shape their lives, leading 
them to that firm foundation — faith in God through Jesus Christ. 

We suggest that as usual, the first Sunday in December be observed 
as Bible Sunday, and that where practicable, sermons be preached on the 
Bible and its use. 

We commend the American Bible Society in the great work it is 
doing, and recommend that we still give it our support as in the past. 

We also recommend the reappointment of Rev. J. M. Wysor as 
Colporteur for the American Bible Scoiety. 

J. A. H. Shuler, President. 
W. D. Larrowe, Secretary 



BOARD OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 
Report No. I 
Your Board of Christian Education submits the following report: 

A. Pastors' School 

The 1932 session of the Pastors School was held at Emory and 
Henry College, August 15-26. The total registration was 83, and the 
number of graduate credits was 77, and that of undergraduates 21. 
The quality of work was of high order, and your board recommends 
that the school be operated for the coming year on the present balance, 
together with a small registration fee, provided the sustaining boards 
find it impossible to continue their usual appropriations. 

The financial statement of the school is as follows: 

INCOME 

Balance 193 1 $ 753.27 

Less — 

Printing $ 5 0.00 

Entertainment and Board 44.15 94.15 

(charged after 1931 statement was made up) 

Net Balance . $ 659. 1 2 

Conference Board of Missions -_._ 500.00 

General Conference Board 400.00 

$1559.12 



48 HOLSTON ANNUAL 

EXPENSES 

Travel — Graduate Faculty $ 122.57 

Travel — Undergraduates (Refund) 107.85 

Travel — Lecturer (Bishop Hughes) 75.00 

Board — Graduate Faculty 48.00 

Board — Undergraduate Faculty 192.00 

Telegrams 5.92 

Expense Morristown meeting - 16.10 

Tlonoraria — ^Bishop Hughes $100.00 

Bishop Ainsworth 35.00 

Dr. Young 25.00 

Dr. Trimble 25.00 185.00 

Honoraria — Teachers 400.00 

Printing 80.00 

Licidental' Expenses and Postages 75.00 

Balance . 2*5 1 .68 



$1559.12 

B. Confirmation of Trustees of College Property 
We recommend the election of the following trustees of college property: 

(1) For Emorv and Henry College for term ending 1936 — 
Hon. W. E. Brock, Dr. T. F. Staley, Rev. W. P. Eastwood, Mr. W. M. 
Hull, Mr. Guy Darst, Hon. W. N. Neif, Rev. F. B. Shelton, and Dr. 
N. M. Watson. 

For the unexpired term of L. C. Hassinger, resigned, Dr. John 
McGuire; for unexpired term of James A. Stone, deceased, Dr. Richard 
G. Watcrhouse; and for the unexpired term of George E. Penn, Sr., 
deceased, Supt. W. J. Edmondson. 

(2) For Hiwassee College — Mrs. Beecher Witt, Miss Dora Young, 
Mr. R. F. Carr, Mrs. E. J. Foute and Mr. R. E. Boring. 

(3) For Centenary College— Mr. O. L. McLain, Mr. W. B. 
Parks, and Rev. R. B. Piatt, Jr. 

C. Recommendations 

1. That our program for Christian Education be made to include 
a fuller use of a District Staff with the Presiding Elder as the logical 
leader working in co-operation with the Conference Staff. This District 
Staff to include the Presiding Elder, one worker for each age-group Div- 
ision, and such associates as the situation in a District demands. 

2. That every opportunity should be utilized to present the dynam- 
ically spiritual phases of Christian Education, and that the whole Church 
needs to be brought to an appreciation of Christian Education as the 
very essence of its own life power, instead of a mere mechanical routine. 
We must not onlv follow the examplei of the Master Teacher, Jesus of 
Nazareth, but we must also possess His power. 

3. That the types of Leadership Training now promoted be ex- 
tended as rapidly as resources and teaching staff will permit until all our 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 49 

churches have some form of Leadership Training. We urge a wider 
use of the Local and Standard Training Classes. 

4. That one or more Districts be selected for intensive cultivation 
in co-operation with the Presiding Elder's program for the District. 

5. We urge the observance of the Special Davs as set forth in the 
Discipline:. (1 ) Sunday School Day, (2) College Day, (3) Anniversary 
Day for the Young People's Division (Epworth League,) (4) Missionary 
Dav on the Fourth Sunday each month, (5) Orphanage Day, (6) World 
Temperance Sunday. 

D. Appointments to Speciai. Work: 

]. P. B\"rd, Student Emorv LTniversity. 

H. J. Davis, Student Asburv College. 

M. C. Dailey, Student Emory University. 

J. Tyler Frazier IH, Student Duke LTniversity. 

A. B. Moore, Professor in Concord College. 

H. M. Russell, Student Duke University. 

James L. Patterson, Emory LTniversity. 

L. M. Thomas IL Professor Emory University-. 

E. Election of Staff Officers 

We recommend that F. B. Shelton be elected Executive Secretary, 
S. C. Beard, Extension Secretary, and Miss Elizabeth Brown as Young 
Peoples' Secretary for the Conference Year 1932-1933. 

F. Treasurer's Report 

October 27, 1931 to September 28, 1932 

Disbursements 

Operating Expense: 

Salaries '_ $ 1 0,163.00 

Executive Secretary $4,200.00 

Extension Secretary 3,000.00 

Director Young People 2,000.00 

Office Secretary 963.00 

Travel 874.71 

Executive Secretary $ 369.76 

Extension Secretary : ...._ 404.95 

Office Expense 1,3 14.36 

Rent $ 360.00 

Light : ...... 12.76 

Telephone and Telegrams , 43.95 

Postage . 1 39.22 

Supplies and Printing 86.37 

Fixtures 95.00 

Literature .... . 185.51 

Christian Education News . 344.65 

Interest on running expense 46.90 

Total operating expense $12,352.07 



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General Expense of Board: 

Interest on old debts $ +97.08 

Travel Expense 32.25 

Pastors' School 500.00 

Miscellaneous 58.48 

(Benevolence Commission $38.66) 
Insurance $13.35; Council Dues 
$5.00; Annuals $1.25; tax on 
checks $ .22). 

Total General Expense of Board 1,087.81 



Grand Total Expenditures $13,439.88 

Travel Expense for Director of Young People $ 362.59 

Given for information only. Paid by Young 
People's Conference Organization. 

Receipts 

Balance on hand — October 27, 1931 $ 3,375.64 

($3,277.31 in First Nat'l. Bank Chatta. 
$98.33 in Bank of Glade Spring, Va.) 

Assessments — (reported to date, Sept. 28, 1932) 2,948.98 

Home & Foreign Missionary Enterprise 40^ % 2,662.20 

Sunday School Day 5 32.95 

Christian Education News 206.10 

Literature 135.11 

Anniversary Day 80.26 

Refund Home & Foreign Missionary Enterprise 56.49 

Miscellaneous 42.64 

($25.00 Honorarium to F. B. Shelton — and 
$8.00 on Adult Work — and $9.64 Inter- 
est from First Nat'l Bk. Chattanooga) 



Total $ 1 0,040.37 

Note in Bank of Glade Spring 1,000.00 

Overdraft (on First Nat'l Bank of Chattanooga 

as reported in statement Sept. 27.) 95.77 



Grand Total .._„• $11,136.14 

SUPPI-EMENT 



Balancing the sheets: 

Disbursements $13,439.88 

Receipts -_ 11,136.14 



Difference $ 2,303.74 $ 2,303.74 



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Explained: (as follows) 

Unpaid Items included in Statement Disbursements 
September Expense Account— $ 1,012.35 
Bal. due on Aug. Exp. Acct-_.. 1,029.60 
Bal. due on July Exp. Acct_... 271.99 



Total unpaid $ 2,313.94 

Balance at Glade Spring Bank 10.20 



Total difference _.... $ 2,303.74 $ 2,303.74 

G. College Day Collections: 
A committee consisting of G. K. Patty, W. K. Barnett, and C. C. 
Sherrod, appointed at the Conference of 1931, to confer with a committee 
from the Young Peoples organization concerning a co-operative plan for 
the observance of College Day and to devise a plan for the use of College 
Day collection made a report which was approved and the committee was 
continued with power to carry out the contract which was adopted relative 
to a student loan fund for Emory and Henry and Hiwassee Colleges. 

H. We Recommend That 
The committee on Triangular Mountain Institute consisting of C. 
C. Sherrod, C. K. Wingo, and R. E. Greer to confer with the Board of 
Trustees of said institution with a view to making a final disposition of 
any equity the Conference may have in said school, which has reported 
progress, be continued with full authority to act. 

I. Centenary College 
We recommend that a committee consisting of F. A. Carter, F. M. 
Massey and W. T. Robinson, be authorized and empowered to make final 
disposition of Centenarv College for such amount and on such terms as 
they think wise, and the President of this Board be given authority to 
sign such instruments of convevance as mav be necessarv to effect such 
disposal of said property. 

J. We Recommend 
The election of F. B. Shelton as our representative to the Methodist 
Educational Council. 

K. The Following are the Educational Statistics: 
Teh. 
Emory & Henry College 20 
Hiwassee College 1 1 

Closed Institutions — 
Centenary College 
Martha Washington C. 
Triangular Mt. Inst. 

Totals 3 1 



Stu. 


Val. Prop. 


Endw'nt. 


Indebt. 


397 


$895,00.0 


$243,000 


$191,000 


198 


177,000 


50,000 


33,000 




100,000 




66,600 




220,000 




160,000 




2 5,000 




11,000 


595 


$1,417,000 


$293,000 


$461,000 



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L. We Recommed 
The following persons for election to membership on this board to 
fill vacancies: 

B. H. Gray for the Bluefield District; R. B. Piatt, Jr., W. A. Jones 
for the Big Stone Gap District; Emmett Johnson and J. M. Colston. 

James N. Hillman, Chairman. 

0. C. Wright, Secretary 

Report No. 2 
BUDGET 
We recommend the following budget for the coming year: 
A. Operating Expenses 

1. Salaries 

Executive Secretary $3600.00 

Extension Secretary 2500.00 

Young People Secty_____ .... 1620.00 $ 7,720.00 



Travel 

Office Expense 
Stenographer $ 600.00 



Rent 

Light 

Telephone and telegraph 
Postage 

Supplies and printing 

Literature 

Christian Education News 
Interest on operation ... 



300.00 
13.00 
50.00 

190.00 
90.00 
50.00 

100.00 
50,00 



800.00 



1,443.00 



B. General, Expense of Board 

Literest on old accounts $ 660.00 

Travel for board members 25.00 

Miscellaneous 60.00 



645.00 



Grand Total $10,608.00 

C. Distribution of Apportionment 

Board operation $12,000.00 

Emory and Henry 15,000.00 

Hiwassee ' 3,000.00 

Centenary 3,500.00 

T. M. I. ... 1,000.00 

First National Bank 1,000.00 

Cassidy note 750.00 

General Office. Expense __. 5 00.00 



O. C. Wright, Secretary. 



$36,750.00 

James N. Hillman, Chairman. 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 5 3 

« 

BOARD OF CHRISTIAN LITERATURE 

Report No. 1. 

At the meeting of our Conference last year at Pulaski, Va., we 
]o;ned four other Conferences and entered into a contract with McCowat- 
Mercer Printing Co., of Jackson, Tenn., to print and distribute our Con- 
ference organ, the Methodist Herald. This contract will be found in 
Report No. 1, Page 59 of the 1931 Annual. 

Under the terms and conditions of this contract, we agreed to main- 
tain a certain quota of paid subscribers to the Methodist Herald. In 
event of our failure to maintain this quota, we agreed to pay $1.00 for 
each subscriber short of said quota. In June and July of this year, the 
subscription list to the Methodist Herald began to fall off so rapidly, not 
only in our Conference, but in all the Conferences, that at a called 
meeting of the Joint Commission for the Methodist Herald., held in Nash- 
ville, July 26, 1932, it was decided best to cease publication immediately. 
Therefore, publication was discontinued August 10. Had it not stopped 
at that time, the deficit would have been even greater than it now is. 
On August 10, the date of discontinuance, the Holston Conference had 
only 1,091 paid subscribers. We agreed under the contract to maintain 
3202 paid subscribers, therefore, we have a deficit of 2,111 subscribers, 
or, in other words, we are now due McCowat-Mercer Printing Co., 
$2,111.00. Lender this contract, we further agreed to pay this deficit 
within thirty days after the adjournment of our Conference. 

This is a bona fide contract and is a just claim on the Conference. 
We therefore recommend that this Conference authorize this board to 
execute its note in favor McCowat-Mercer Printing Co., for $2,111.00 
due in twelve months with 6 % interest, and further that the commission 
on Budget, be requested to embody in their report an amount sufiiciently 
large to pay this note within one year. 

C. E. Lundv, Chairman. 
C. M. Fisher, Secretary. 

Report No. 2 

A Proposal For Adapting The Christian Advocate To Annual 
Conference Needs 

By action of the Methodist Herald Commissioners of August 10th, 
Holston Methodists find themselves without a Conference medium. For 
a number of years the cause of Methodism in this territory has been served 
by the Holston Methodist, the Midland Meth-odist, and lastly the Meth- 
odist Herald, edited by faithful and competent men. Due to past ex- 
perience and present conditions, your committee does not recommend any 
plan for the continuance of a separate Conference organ. 

We believe that the action of the General Conference, which re- 
sulted in the merger of many church periodicals, thus saving overlapping 
and waste, was a wise and progressive step. We believe that the solution 
of the problem of a Conference paper is a plan which will combine the 
essential features of a Conference organ with that of the General organ. 
The Publishing House, desiring to be of service to Conferences void of 



54 HOLSTON ANNUAL 

a local organ, and often giving long and careful consideration, have 
worked out a plan to adjust the Christian Advocate to both General 
and Annual Conference needs. Your committee, therefore, recommends 
that the Conference endorse the plan proposed by the publishing agents 
making the Christian Advocate our one and only weekly church paper. 
The proposed plan is as follows: 

1. As much territory as is now served by at least four Conference 
organs will be necessary to the carrying out of this proposed plan. A 
smaller area would not furnish sufficient circulation to support the en- 
larged paper. 

2. The price of the enlarged paper will be two dollars per year 
in advance. 

3. In addition to the present 32 pages in the Christian Advocate 
there will be eight pages for material suitable for a Conference organ. 
That is, the Christian Advocate will continue as distinctly a general organ 
and to it will be added eight pages of Conference organ features. The 
two sections will be bound together as one paper. 

4. The Publishing Agents will take the present mailing list of any 
Conference organ and complete the unexpired time of all paid-up sub- 
scriptions. 

5. No guarantee of minimum circulation of the enlarged Christian 
Advocate is asked of the Conferences, nor is any assessment to be made. 
The Publishing Agents take the entire risk. 

6. For the assistance and protection of the Publishing Agents in 
their effort to supply Conferences with a General organ which contains 
also a paper adapted to their local needs, Conferences accepting this plan 
and entering into this agreement will be required to pass a resolution 
pledging their exclusive and earnest adherence to and support of the en- 
larged Christian Advocate^ and declaring that they will discountenance and 
oppose any person, firm, combination or business concern, which might 
undertake to issue a paper in competition with it or designed to secure the 
patronage of the Conference; the resolution also must commit the mem- 
bers of the Conference to faithful and diligent efforts to secure sub- 
scriptions to the paper. 

7. The editorial work and responsibility will be wholly in the 
office of the Christian Advocate at Nashville. The Conferences adopting 
this plan will be at no expense for editorial or clerical or stenographic 
assistance. Copy will be mailed direct to the editor of the Christian 
Advocate or to some one selected by the editor of the Christian Advocate 
to handle it. Bishops, presiding elders, pastors, laymen and laywomen, 
representatives of the various Boards, of the Woman's Missionary Societies, 
of colleges, of orphanages, of hospitals, etc., will be expected to contribute 
Conference news, and articles on Conference plans and measures, just as 
they at present send them to Conference Organs. The editorials, prin- 
cipal articles, etc., running in the main body of the Christian Advocate, 
will suffice for the forty page combination, so that the eight pages will be 
reserved for the exclusive presentation of Conference matters. The re- 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 55 

sponsibility for sending the material and properly utilizing the space will 
be upon the above mentioned representatives of the Conference. 

8. This plan and agreement having been adopted and made between 
the Publishing Agents and any Conference or group of Conferences shall 
be in force for two years from the date of the agreement. If by that 
time it is found that plan is satisfactory to both parties it may be ex- 
tv-nded automatically, or, if unsatisfactory to either party, it may be dis- 
continued after a notice of 90 days given by either party. 
(Whitmore and Smith Agents) 

C. E. Lundy, Chairman. 
C. M. Fisher, Secretary. 

Report No. 3 

Realizing the power of the printed page, on our modern life, either 
for good or bad, and also realizing that an enormous volume of pernicious 
and unwholesome literature is flooding our country, saying nothing of the 
wet daily newspapers, we therefore, recommend that pastors and laymen 
make a constant and incessant effort to put our Christian literature in the 
homes of our people. 

We heartily recommend to our constituency the educational literature 
of our church. Independent publications should be supplanted by our 
Methodist literature. 

Furthermore, we recommend and urge pastors and people to concern 
themselves about the circulation of the "Christian Advocate," "The World 
Outlook," "The Methodist Layman" as well as all other publications of 
our church. 

C. E. Lundy, Chairman. 
C. M. Fisher, Secretary. 



CHURCH EXTENSION 
We are glad to report that churches which have loans from the 
Board of Church Extension are making earnest efforts in most cases to 
make payment, and the Board is trying to take such an attitude that it 
will hearten our people to carry on the program of the Church and save 
their church houses and parsonages. The Board urges all congregations 
who owe the Board to make an earnest effort to meet their payments as 
promptly as possible, that the money may be used to aid other churches 
that are in deep distress. Our Conference Loan Fund amounts to 
$13,039.88. 

The following Churches have the Loan Fund borrowed: 

King Memorial, Chattanooga, Tenn $1,087.00 

Ducktown, Tenn. 360.00 

Legion Memorial, East Stone Gap 500.00 

Kingsport, West View Park 3,000.00 

Narrows, Va. 2,500.00 

New Tazewell, Tenn 1,628.00 

Trenton, Ga. 1,720.00 

Wise, Va., Trinity 1,600.00 

Available for Appropriation 644.88 



56 HOLSTON ANNUAL 

We have made donations and loans as follows: 

District Church Donation Loan 

Big Stone Gap Ft. Blackmore $100.00 $300.00 

Big Stone Gap . Legion Memorial 250.00 

Chattanooga South Pittsburg 250.00 

Chattanooga Avondale Parsonage 100.00 

Chattanooga Wildwood 5 0.00 

Morristown New Tazewell Parsonage 150.00 

Morristown Erwin Circuit Parsonage.. 300.00 

Morristown Austin Spring 100.00 

Radford Draper Parsonage 150.00 

Sweetwater Alcoa 250.00 

Sweetwater Etowah 200.00 

Tazewell Grundy 450.00 

W. E. Brock, President. 
H. B. Brown, Secretary. 

Treasurer's Report 

Church District Amount 
To Commission on Benevolences: Check to H. C. Graybeal....$ 4.50 

Hixson Chattanooga 150.00 

Rev. H. B. Brown Expenses 15.00 

Alcoa Sweetwater i 250.00 

Legion Memorial Big Stone Gap 250.00 

Pennington Gap Big Stone Gap 300.00 

Greenview Radford 150.00 

Grundy Tazewell 350.00 

Thomas Memorial ......Bluefield . 150.00 

South Pittsburg ....Chattanooga 300.00 

Dungannon Big Stone Gap 100.00 

Harriman Sweetwater 300.00 

Expenses Executive Meeting . 49.00 

Gate City Ct. Parsonage Big Stone Gap 100.00 

Bull's Gap Morristown .... 400.00 

English Bluefield . 100.00 

New Tazewell Morristown 350.00 

Caryville Knoxville 250.00 

Mt. Pleasant Tazewell 200.00 

Rockwood Sweetwater 100.00 

Oct. 9, 1931 Balance 3,709.7 1 

Dec. 28, 1931 Refund from Annual Account 50.00 

Assessments 2,150.00 

Int. on Bank Balance 10.93 



$5,920.64 
Oct. 7, 1932 Balance 2,047.64 

Roy E. Early, Treasurer 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 5 7 

BOARD OF FINANCE 

Report No. 1 
The Board of Finance is made more sensitive to the inevitable 
decrease in all its sources of income in the face of the dire need of most 
of the Conference claimants. It is requesting the local congregations in 
communities where superannuates or their widows have their residence to 
voluntary assume responsibility that they shall not suffer this year. The 
Board regrets that the allowances are reduced to very meager sums; $500 
was set aside as a reserve fund for emergency relief. 

Due to the fact that the need of the claimants is expressed by nearly 
all on the list, and that this is very difficult to determine, and also that 
considerable dissatisfaction was expressed last year based on years of ser- 
vice, the Board is asking that the Conference grant permission to make 
75% of the apportionments on years of service. Furthermore due to 
delay in getting the appropriation, the Board asks permission to make the 
allowances to be filed with the Conference Secretary without being read 
on the Conference floor. 

The Board requests the reappointment of Dr. W. M. Morrell as 
Conference Director of Superannuate Endowment. 

The Presiding Elders are urged to assume responsibility in their 
districts .in the raising of the adjusted quotas for Superannuate Endow- 
ment. 

The Board makes an .earnest plea that its assessment for 1932-33 
be as large as possible. 

W. M. Morrell, Chairman 
M. S. Kincheloe, Secretarv-Trcasurer. 

Report No. 2 
superannuates 

Years of .-im't Pd. by Am't Pd. bv 

Claimant Address Service Gen. Bd. Conf. Bd. 

Browning, J. W,, c/o A. R. McCainmon, Maryville, Tenn. 44 ,<n0.66 J2S0.00 

Cartright, L. M., Spring City, Tenn 4! 133.63 250.00 

Cash, Jas. I., Spring City, Tenn. 39 115.81 225.00 

Dame, J. D., Princeton, W. Va. 36 106.90 300.00 

Dykes, W. L., Fountain City, Tenn. .. 19 56.41 100.00 

Fogleman, W. I., R. F. D. No. 9, Jonesboro, Tenn. ...1. 2g 83.14 175.00 

Frazier, J. T., (Dec'r.) (Part year to his estate) ....._.... 52 77.22 

Gannaway, G. O., Rt. 2, Spring Citv, Tenn. 9 26.71 75.00 

Handy, T. R., Waugh, Ala... 40 118.78 250.00 

Harris, W. C, .... ... ... 14 41.56 100.00 

Hearon, D. S., c/o Paul Harrell, 900 7th. Ave., Bristol, Tenn. 47 139.57 300.00 

Hunter, Alfred B., Athens, Tenn .45 133.63 250.00 

Hurley, D. P., (Dec'd.) (Part year to his estate) 34 25.25 

Johnston, H. S., Bluff City, Tenn. 32 95.02 200.00 

Jones, r. Nelson, Gen. Del., Knoxville, Tenn. .... 42 124.72 250.00 

Kelly, R. A., 1610 Hixson Rd., N. Chattanooga, Tenn. 47 139.57 250.00 

Lee, B. W., 2820 Linden Ave., Knoxville, Tenn 21 62.35 200.00 

Maiden, G. A., 110 W. Valley St., Abingdon, Va 36 106. 9U 200.00 

Maness, J. C, Decatur, Ga . 14 41.56 100.00 

Morell, S. v., 2400 W. State St., Bristol, Tenn. .._ 24 71.26 150.00 

Munsey, K. G., Gate City, Va 25 74.23 150.00 

Naff, j. E., 1109 Georgia Ave., Bristol, Tenn 42 124.72 250.00 

Patty, W. M., Penney Farms, Fla 23 68.29 200.00 

Quails, A. M., Pound, Va. ....23 68.29 150.00 

Repass, J. W., Bristol, Tenn. .... 21 62.35 150.00 

Snider, W. R., (East Lake) Chattanooga, Tenn 42 124.72 250.00 

Spring, J. E., Rural Retreat, Va .....'. 36 106.90 200.00 

Strader, T. D., East Radford, Va. 32 95.02 200.00 

Troy, W. H., Eckman, W. Va., 26 77.20 200.00 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 



Dickey, Mrs. 
Draper, Mrs. 
Duvall, Mrs. 



Years of 
Claimant Address Service 

Umberger, R. S., Athens, W, Va. ._ _ .. .... 22 

Wagner, W. N., 1219 Highland Ave,, Bluefield, W. Va 43 

Walker, J. M., Orlando, Fla. .. _ ..... 23 

Walker, R. M., Strawberry Plains, Tenn. -. .... 37 

Wysor, M. J., TuUahnma, Tenn. .... .... 28 

Jones, J. F., Willis, Va. .... 37 

Stradlev, C. L., Cumberland Gap, Tenn... 45 

Dail, W. H., Morristown, Tenn. ! 

Crowe, J. M., Nashville, Tenn. .... 5] 

Osborne, R. L., 

WIDOWS 

Addington, Mrs. E. L., c/o Pastor M. .E Church, Cripple Creek, Va. 9 

Atkins, Mrs. K. C, Fountain City, Tenn. _ 44 

Bellamy Mrs. J. R., No. 6 Broad St. Elizabethton, Tenn 2 

Bettis, Mrs. E. S., Blacksburg, Va. 2 

Blake, Mrs. Eugene, Galax, Va. _ 42 

Bogle, Mrs. E. H., 124 E. State St., Bristol, Va. .... 18 

Carden, Mrs. W. C, Bn\ 337, Signal Mt., Tenn. 30 

earner, Mrs. Gasper A., Lock Box 711, Bluefield, W. Va 17 

Cartright, Mrs. N. R., Dayton, Tenn. .. . 30 

Clemens, Mrs. H. C, 3112 Magnolia Ave., Knoxville, Tenn 28 

Darr, Mrs. J. A., 809 Dndds Ave., Chattanooga, Tenn. 23 

J. P., 1123 Bates Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. 41 

G. B., Box 77, Wvtheville, Va. — 22 

J. A., c/o Miss Georgia White, 224 Johnson St., 

Bristol, Tenn. 2 5 

Dyer, Mrs. W. M., c/o J, M. Dyer, Culpepper, Va 20 

Paris, Mrs. W. C, 712 Woodward St., Chattanooga, Tenn. 27 

Frazier, Mrs. J. Tyler, Box 94 Chilhowie, Va. (Part year) 6 

Gordon, Mrs. Fred, Coopers, W. Va 2 

Graybeal, Mrs. D. M., Damascus, Va. .... 4 

Griffits, Mrs. T. L., Tusculum College, Greeneville, Tenn. 20 

Hall, Mrs. J. V., Chilhowie, Va 22 

Hall, Mrs. S. H., F. Chattanooga, Tenn ,... 32 

Hash, Mrs. J. F., Rt. 1, Box n5, Demorest, Ga. 12 

Helvey, Mrs. J. G., Hiwassee, College, Madisonville, Tenn 14 

Henley, Mrs. J. S., Charleston, Tenn .... 14 

Hicks, Mre. W. C, Rural Retreat, Va 9 

Hodge, Mrs. Wialter, Lerona, W. Va. . .. 29 

Hunter, Mrs. J. R., Box 3 7, Oakman, Ala. ..... 18 

Hurley, Mrs. D. P., Radford, Va. (Part year) 34 

Hutsell, Mrs. R. A., Vivian, W. Va... 22 

Jackson, Mrs. R. F., Wytheville, Va 24 

James, Mrs. Chas. M., Madisonville, Tenn 14 

Kahle, Mrs. E. F., Abingdon, Va 18 

Kite, Mrs. R. W., 925 Highland Ave., Bristol, Tenn. 12 

Lambert, Mrs. Geo. L., Madisonville, Tenn. 17 

Lyons, Mrs. James A., Glade Spring, Va 8 

Maiden, Mrs. J. M., Glenford, Va 18 

Malone, Mrs. J. W., Minnenapolis, Minn. 40 

McFarland, Mrs. L. W., Aiidover, Va. .... 4 

McGhee, Mrs. S. A., Box 213 Kingsport, Tenn 20 

Mort, Mrs. E. W., 522 Lee St., Bristol, Va 32 

Neel, Mrs. Lyle M., R. F. D. 1, Box 91, Kingsport, Tenn . 8 

Owen, Mrs. R. A., 607 E. Wautauga St., Johnson City, Tenn...... II 

Paxton, Mrs. J. M., 916 Seventh St., Bristol, Tenn. 32 

Perkins, Mrs. J. A. L., Crab Orchard, Tenn. .... 13 

Prater, Mrs. J. L., c/o Mrs C. V. Dickenson, Wallace, Va 28 

Price, Mrs. W. H., Bristol, Va 4 Mos. 

Pnddy, Mrs. Thomas, Princeton, W. Va. (Part year) .— 31 

Rader, Mrs. J. W. Box 634 Titusville, Fla 16 

Reynolds, Mrs. F. M., Andersonville, Tenn 5 

Reynolds, Mrs. Luther S., Newport, Tenn... 11 

Schuler, Mrs. T. C, 6 Blake Ave., Princeton, W. Va. ._ 45 

Smith, Mrs. R. E., Box 133, London, Ky. .— — - 33 

Sorrell, Mrs. W. L., 515 East Scott Ave., Knoxville, Tenn 20 

Steele, Mrs. C. E., Elway, Va., (Part year) —- 43 

Stralev, Mrs. J. O., 704 Goodson St., Bristol, Tenn 22 

Sutherland, Mrs. R. K., Box 325, Pulaski, Va. . 18 

Swecker, Mrs. J. E., Dublin, Va. .... 3 

Thompson, Mrs. W. C, 916 Seventh Ave., Bristol, Tenn... 18 

Towe, Mrs. A. H., Honaker, Va. — - 40 

Triplett, Mrs. R. K,, 2101 Williams St., Chattanooga, Tenn. 22 

Umberger, Mrs. J. H., Wytheville, Va 18 

Walker, Mrs. J. R., Wytheville, Va — - -40 

Walker, Mrs. N. F., Wyndale, Va 2 



Am't Pd. by 
Gen. Bd. 
65.32 
127.69 
68.29 
109.87 
83.14 



i 17.80 
87.10 
3.94 
3.94 
83.14 
35.62 
59.38 
33.64 
59.38 
55.42 
45.52 
81.16 
43.54 

49.48 
39.58 
53.44 
5.92 
3.94 
7.90 
39.58 
43.54 
63.34 
23.74 
27.70 
27.70 
17.80 
28.69 
35.62 
50.47 
43.54 
47.50 
27.70 
35.62 
23.74 
33.64 
15.82 
35.62 
79.18 

39.58 
63.34 

15.82 
21.76 
63.34 
25.72 
55.42 
.66 
30.67 
31.66 
9.88 
21.76 
89.08 
65.32 
39.58 

43.54 
35.62 

5.92 
35.62 
79.18 
43.54 
35.62 
79.18 

3.94 



Am't Pd. by 
Conf. Bd. 
175.00 
250.00 
150.00 
200.00 
200.00 
225.00 
250.00 
150.00 
265.00 
100.00 



$100.00 
180.00 
50.00 
50.00 
180.00 
100.00 
160.00 
100.00 
150.00 
180.00 
130.00 
150.00 
130.00 

150.00 

80.00 

130.00 

60.00 

50.00 

50.00 

120.00 

130.00 

150.00 

150.00 

100.00 

100.00 

90.00 

180.00 

100.00 

160.00 

130.00 

130.00 

100.00 

100.00 

100.00 

100.00 

80.00 

100.00 

160.00 

100.00 

150.00 

100.00 
100.00 
180.00 
100.00 
160.00 
100.00 
160.00 
100.00 

80.00 
100.00 
180.00 
180.00 
100.00 
160.00 
150.00 
100.00 

60.00 
120.00 
160.00 
120.00 
100.00 
160.00 

50.00 



irice 


Gen. Bd. 


Conf. Bd. 


9 


17.80 


120.00 


30 


59.38 


150.00 


12 


23.74 


100.00 


?0 


59. J8 


160.00 


16 


31.66 


120.00 


15 




100.00 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 59 

Years of Ani't Pd. by Am't Pd. by 
Claimant Address 

Wampler, Mrs. J. F., 407 Walnut St., Chattanouga, Tenn 9 

Ward, Mrs. J. B., College Ave., Bluefield, W. Va 

Williams, Mrs. L. J., Belvoir at Brainerd, Chattanooga, Tenn. .. 
Wilson, Mrs. B. C, 759 Forsyth St., Toledo, Ohio (Part vear) 

Wolfe, Mrs. J. M., Dryden, Va 

Wood, Mrs. Geo. S., Hilton, Va. _ _ — - 15 

Woodward, Mrs. A. E., 2114 Wilson St., E. Chattanooga, 

Tenn., c/o Rev. R. C. Camper 36 81.26 150.00 

Conference Claimants Fund 
Oct. 9, 1931— Sept. 9, 1932 Oct. 9, 1931— Oct. 7, 1932 

Rev. A. B. Hunter $ 4.00 1931— Balance $24,067.84 

H. C. Graybeal 16.84 Conference Collection 294.22 

Mrs. R. E. Smith 30.00 Interest on Investments 213.00 

Mrs. Walter Hodge 75.00 Int. on Bank Balance 15 8.05 

Mrs. R. E. Smith 25.00 Methodist Pub. House 1,876.25 

Conference Claimants 22,959.70 Wall Fund 270.00 

Federal Tax on checks^ 1.94 Bd. of Finance 3,607.74 

Gen'l. Treas Expense____ 25.00 Sweetwater Fund 126.00 

Balance 15,552.98 Assessments 38,690.46 



$38,690.46 $38,690.46 
Balance 15,552.98 

Superannu.ate Endowment Fund 
Amount Received Received From 

March 3 1 $79,934.93 Balance on hand $3,597.07 

June 5 13.39 Special Effort Col .49 

October 10 120.00 . Rev.A.B.Hunte.r,Treas. 

Bequest of John F. 

Shuff, deceased 2.5 5 

October 14 100.83 Special Effort Col 2.10 

Nov. 11 245.85 Special Effort Col 5.53 



$80,415.00 $3,607.74 

Luther E. Todd, Secretary. 



BOARD OF LAY ACTIVITIES 

The Board of Lay Activities desire to report as follows: 
We are deeply grieved because of the embarrassment the whole 
task of the church is suffering as a result of failure to raise the benev- 
olence apportionments. The very life of the church is, in a measure, 
dependent upon our benevolences. For us to continue to treat in any 
other than a serious manner the sacred obligation we share to carry for- 
ward the whole program of the church is to seriously threaten the con- 
tinued existence of any single part of that program. Therefore we make 
the following recommendations: 

(1) That District Boards of Lay Activities meet as soon after the 
Annual Conference as possible to make their plans for the yearj 



60 HOLSTON ANNUAL 

(2) That all lay leader? — especially district and associate leaders — 
offer their services especially in connection with the work of the District 
Stewards' meeting, the Kingdom Extension Institutes, and the District 
Conferences; 

(3) That we urge an every member canvass in every church in 
Holston at the very beginning of the year to secure pledges covering all 
local expenses and the benevolent apportionments; 

(4) That we emphasize the great importance of "stewardship" 
training. To that end, we urge all laymen to read "stewardship" litera- 
ture and to give their support to the promotion of "stewardship" train- 
ing classes; 

(5) That we continue to furnish the Methodist Layman to all 
pastors, and urge a larger use and more wide-spread observance of Lay- 
man's Day; and 

(6) That we pledge our unqualified and hearty support to our 
presiding elders and pastors in all matters pertaining to the growth of the 
Kingdom; 

(7) J. N. Hillman was nominated as Conference Lay Leader. 

Income 

Balance on hand October 9, 1931 (Bank Statement $662.90 

Received from assessments Oct. 1931 to Sept. 25, 1932, inclusive 118.90 
Overdraft „_ .03 

Total $781.83 

Disbursements 

Methodist Laymen (1931) subscriptions $137.00 

Part expense of delegate to World's Stewardship Conference Edin- 
burgh Scotland 250.00 

Expense Annual meeting of board (1931) 58.89 

Expense in local districts 117.85 

Expense Conference Lay Leader 96.50 

Honoraria for teaching Stewardship 100.00 

Pro rata expense for Com. on Benevolences . 21.55 

Tax on checks . .04 

Total $7 81.83 

J. N. Hillman, Chairman 
A. S. Pennington, Secretary 



BOARD OF MISSIONS 
Report No. 1 

The Missionary forces of the church were never confronted with 
greater opportunities for service than those which confront us todav. 
In this time of distress the peoples of the world are listening for some 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 61 

sure word of comfort. The gospel of Jesus Christ is that word. Re- 
ports of spiritual triumph in all fields are encouraging. Revivals have 
been held. The people have been blessed and sinners have been con- 
verted and added to the church. In Brazil apostolic fires fell upon the 
Conference last year and gracious revivals have attended the preaching 
of the word. 

The Mission charges in the bounds of this Conference have made 
substantial progress this year. Some of these churches have been visited 
by seasons of the most gracious revival power that we have witnessed in 
many years. A veritable pentecost has come to some of our churches, for 
which we devoutly thank God. 

Hiwassee College, under the leadership of Mr. J. M. Colston, has 
enjoyed a good year, and the prospects for the coming year are bright. 
The school has the largest opening enrollment in history. We have a 
well equipped faculty. We rejoice in the high standards — both intellec- 
tual and spiritual— maintained on the Hiwassee campus, and we com- 
mend this worthy institution to the patronage of our people. 

We extend our heartiest congratulations to Payne College upon the 
completion of fifty years of successful work for the Colored M. E. 
Church. Preparations are being made to celebrate February 14- to 16, 
1933, the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of this institution. We 
pledge president E. C. Peters our hearty support. The Holston Con- 
ference Board of Missions has appointed Rev. M. A. Stevenson as our 
special messenger to attend the Jubilee Celebration, and we recommend 
the appointment of M. A. Stevenson, Mrs. L. A. Tynes, J. A. Baylor, J. 
N. Hillman, F. B. Shelton and C. G. Hounshell as a committee to co- 
operate with the Payne College Jubilee Commission. 

This year marks the Centenarv of the appointment of Melville B. 
Cox to Africa as the first Missionary to represent American Methodism 
in foreign fields. A suitable celebration of this event will be held in 
Norfolk, Va., October 31 to November 1. We hope many of our people 
will be able to attend that celebration and catch the victorious spirit of 
him who fell at his post with the ringing challenge, "Let a thousand fall, 
but let not Africa be given up." 

We face unprecedented opportunities at home and abroad with a 
steadily decreasing missionary Income. In 1931 the church at large paid 
only 45% of the apportionment on Benevolences and 28% on Kingdom 
Extension. The payments this year promise to be even lower. 

The church's response to the missionary emergency call, when 
nearly $100,000 came into the treasury, was very encouraging. The 
large number of churches that responded is a proof that many of our 
people still have a missionary conscience. 

The fields are white unto harvest and new doors open before us 
everywhere. We pray that the means and wav be provided not onlv to 
maintain our noble army of missionaries in the field, but also to enable 
us to enter new fields that are now ready to be occupied. 

We nominate Dr. J. A. Baylor for appointment as Conference Mis- 
sionary Secretary. 



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HOLSTON ANNUAL 



We nominate Mr. J. M. Colston for the presidency of Hiwassee 
College. We recommend R. T. McDowell for appointment as Confer- 
ence Evangelist. We call attention to the fact that the name of the 
Missionary Voice has been changed to the World Outlook^ and urge our 
people to read this splendid missionary organ. 

It is very urgent that the missionary enterprise be kept before our 
people, and we request that all presiding elders, pastors and Sunday School 
superintendents see that one Sunday in each month, preferably the fourth, 
be observed as missionary day with appropriate program and an offering 
for missions. 

Your board faced the task of making appropriations this year with 
genuine regret at the thought of retrenchments and reduced appropria- 
tions to our mission projects. We desire to call particular attention 
to the fact that we have made no appropriations for the expense of travel 
to the Mid-Year Meeting and none to the Pastors' School. We have 
reduced the number of mission charges twenty-five per cent, and we have 
reduced appropriations by forty per cent. We desire to emphasize the 
policy of the Board of Missions that funds shall be paid out only as they 
are received. 



The Board has made the following appropriations: 

President Hiwassee College $2,000 

Expenses of the Board 250 



Aetna 75C 

Benham lOOC 

Bridger's Chapel __. 125B 

Benton lOOB 

Capels-Superior ISOB 

Crumpler 75B 

Coal Creek SOB 

Ducktown lOOC 

Evensville 75C 

East River 50C 

Gate City Ct ... 5 0C 

Grundy 500B 

Hixson 5 OB 

Henry's Cross Roads 75C 

Hiwassee College Ct 375 

Harriman Ct. lOOC 

laeger 50A2 

Johnson City Ct 75 B 



jonesboro lOOC 

kingsport City Ct ... 330A2 

Kee Street 27 SB 

Lookout Ct. lOOC 

Lookout Station 150B 

Louisville SOC 

Nolachuckey Ct. 2 5 OB 

Powell Station 7SB 

Pulaski Mission 175B 

Perry's Chapel 75 B 

Roderfield lOOB 

S. Bristol 100B4 

Sevierville lOOB 

S. Cleveland . lOOB 

Virginia Ave. — 50A2 

W. Bristol SOC 

Woodlawn 400C 

Wauhatchie SOC 



We have appropriated to Hiwassee College $1,500, or such part of 
$1,500 as the percentage of benevolences raised for the year. 



C. G. Hounshell, President 



M. A. Stevenson, Secretary 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 63 

BOARD OF TEMPERANCE AND SOCIAL SERVICE 

The Methodist Church, through its entire history, has stood for 
temperance, and has opposed the liquor traffic, illicit or legalized. It 
has cooperated with all agencies which sought the closing of the legalized 
Saloon, and the outlawing of the manufacturing of intoxicating beverages, 
and made its contribution toward national prohibition, as it exists today 
in the Eighteenth Amendment in the constitution of the United States. 
We reaffirm our position as favoring the Eighteenth Amendment as a 
national policy, and believe it to be the wisest yet devised for the control 
of the liquor problem. We commend the educational program of the 
Church as carried out through its literature, and urge special emphasis upon 
it. 

Last year this Board respectfully urged the political parties to omit 
from their platforms the issue of prohibition, as it was a moral question, 
and has been settled by constitutional enactment. The platforms of both 
parties have practicallv disfranchised those seeking to register their votes 
in favor of the Eighteenth Amendment, and there is nothing left but 
the clear-cut duty of the temperance forces to seek the election of con- 
gressmen and senators and the members of the State legislators who favor 
the retention of the Eighteenth Amendment. 

Be It Resolved, Therefore; That we, as members of Holston Con- 
ference, of the M. E. Church, South, now in session at Johnson City, 
Tennessee, do go on record as favoring the retention of the Eighteenth 
Amendment in the Constitution of the United States, and that we will 
vigorously oppose its repeal, in every legitimate way. 

Social Service 

In view of the economic conditions now confronting us, with its 
resultant want and misery, we proclaim our faith in God, and our abid- 
ing confidence in the Church of Jesus Christ, and pledge all the agencies 
seeking the amelioration of the suffering of the people. We urge those 
in authority to consider the proverb "that righteousness exalteth a nation," 
and that they stand for those principles which guarantee justice and fair 
dealings among men, and that the welfare of the people should be sought 
rather than political advantage or unjust gain. We confidently believe 
that the application of the principles taught by Jesus Christ to our in- 
dustrial, and economic problems would remedv the present maladjust- 
ments, and consequent distress. 

We urge that there be a larger sympathy for our inter-racial prob- 
lems. We condemn mob violence, war, indecent pictures, vicious and de- 
grading literature, drunkenness, and gambling of every sort. 

We commend to our people our orphanage at Greeneville, Tenn., 
and accept the challenge to us for a larger charity in dealing with vexed 
social problems of today. This board recognizes the call of our Lord to 
stand for righteousness in all things that pertain to our economic, politi- 
cal, and social life, believing that truth and righteousness will prevail, 

S. B. Vaught, Chairman. 



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COMMISSION ON BENEVOLENCES 

Your commission recommends that the following dates be fixed for 
the Kingdom Extension Institutes for the next Conference year: 

Chattanooga District, Tuesday, January 17, 1932 

Sweetwater District, Wednesday, January 18, 1932 

Knoxville District, Thursday, January 19, 1932 

Morristown District, Friday, January 20, 1932 

Abingdon District, Saturday, January 21, 1932 

Big Stone Gap District, Monday, January 23, 1932 

Tazewell District, Tuesday, January 24, 1932 

Bluefield District, Wednesday, January 25, 1932 

Radford District, Thursday, January 26, 1932 

Wytheville District, Friday, January 27, 1932 

We further recommend that the commission prepare the program and 
select the speakers for the foregoing meetings. 

We further recommend that since the Kingdom Extension Institutes 
will not be held until the last two weeks in January, that all pastors 
be prepared to begin immediately after the close of the Institutes their 
cultivation campaigns in behalf of our Kingdom Extension program. 

James N. Hillman, Chairman. 



COMMISSION ON BUDGET 

Your Commission on Budget submits the following report. Our 
apportionment, for general work, coming down to our Annual Conference 
from the Budget Committee of the General Conference is $73,934.00. 
For Conference work, vour commission recommends an apportionment of 
$83,675.00. This makes a total of $157,609.00 for General and Con- 
ference work for 1932 and 1933, which is $19,832.00 less than last 
year's apportionment. 

Wc recommend the following distribution to the several Districts: 

Abingdon $16,139.00 

Big Stone Gap 12,404.00 

Bluefield 17,810.00 

Chattanooga 21,104.00 

Knoxville 20,552.00 

. Morristown 15,477.00 

Radford 14,311.00 

Sweetwater 12,246.00 

Tazewell 12,562.00 

Wytheville 15,004.00 



$157,609.00 



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Out of the Conference apportionment, we recommend the following 
claims: 

Conference Claimants $19,200.00 

Christian Education 36,750.00 

Conference Missions 14,625.00 

Church Extension 4,850.00 

Lay Activities 1,125.00 

Holston Orphanage 1,125.00 

Notes of Bank Overdraft 6,000.00 



$83,675.00 



Explanatory Par. L We have a bank overdraft of $28.97 for the 
Bishop Hoss Memorial; a bank overdraft of $16.21 on the Rural Life 
Commission; a bank overdraft of $188.94 on Annual Conference Ex- 
pense for last year, after all money collected on this year's apportionment 
for this item has been applied on last year's overdraft; a note in favor of 
the McCowat-Mercer Printing Company on the Methodist Advocate, on 
which a balance of $101.72 is unpaid (exclusive of interest); and a 
note in favor of the McCowat-Mercer Printing Company on the Meth- 
odist Herald for $2,111.00 (exclusive of interest.) These notes and 
bank overdrafts aggregate $2446.88. We recommend an apportionment 
of $6,000.00 to cover this amount, first, in order to satisfy the McCowat- 
Mercer Printing Company and secondly, in order that a per centage of 
collection of benevolences even as small as that of the present year will 
yield a sufficient income to pay these items in full by the end of. the 
coming Conference year; with the further understanding that any sur- 
plus which may occur be prorated among the remaining Conference claims. 

Explanatory Par. II: We recommend that a credit balance of $39.34 
carried over for many years from the old Midland Methodist account be 
immediately applied on the above note of $101.72 due the McCowat 
Printing Company. 

Explanatory Par. II: We recommend that the Conference Expense 
item be omitted, and that the previous $1200.00 apportioned for this 
item be transferred and added to the Conference Claimants item, thus 
reducing the 25% reduction of this item to a 20% reduction. 

Explanatory Par. IV: In view of the fact that our total apportion- 
ment has been reduced to the lowest possible amounts necessary for sup- 
porting the work of our church, we urge a one hundred per cent collec- 
tion on our benevolent apportionments throughout the Conference. 

T. J. Eskridge, Chairman 
A. V. Rudy, Secretary 



COMMITTEE ON EVANGELISM 

The Church today faces distressing conditions in society in general, 
and also within itself. Apparent loss of evangelistic fire and zeal, fall- 
ing off in accessions to the Church, declining attendance, decreasing con- 



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tributions, especially for missions and benevolences, and lack of family 
religion are unmistakable danger signals. Our standard of piety has 
become lamentably low, so much so that the line between the Church 
and the world is well nigh obliterated. Practices long regarded as hurt- 
ful to spiritual life have become quite popular with Church members, 
and ofttimes prominent officials of the Church are offended if Sunday 
golf, Sunday baseball, cards and dancing are criticized, or even mentioned 
in the pulpit. It may be argued that these are not the worst sins that 
men commit, but unquestionably such indulgences indicate a low spiritual 
level, and one that makes the Church vulnerable to the spirit of worldli- 
ness in all its manifold forms. Yet we solemnly propound the question 
in quarterly conferences "Have the General rules been read?" 

In society about us we see age-old standards disintegrating and 
brazenly diregarded. Crime is rampant and defiant. Vice flaunts itself 
from bill-board and screen, and myriad filthy publications carry it into 
every home. In a time when millions are out of work and suffering 
abounds throughout the land, we nevertheless see vast multitudes gathered 
to witness prize fights, wrestling matches, baseball and football games, 
and other amusements and sports, paying high prices for the privilege. 
Indeed the amusement industry has felt the depression least of all, vast 
multitudes have made pleasure their god, and rush madly in its pursuit. 
All manner of unbelief flourishes, and every shade of error is propagated, 
from outright and blatant atheism, to subtle attacks on the truth which use 
the forms and phrasing of religion as a camouflage. The public has be- 
come so tolerant of sex irregularities, immodesty, low morals, dishonesty in 
officials, and all manner of public indecency, that it can no longer be 
shocked. 

There is general agreement among wise and thoughtful people in all 
the churches, and many outside any church, that above all things else a 
great spiritual awakening is needed. To those of us who have been called 
to preach the everlasting Gospel the emergency should make tremendous 
appeal. The conditions and the times call for a solemn rededication of 
ourselves to a united effort to lead our people in a mighty movement of 
repentance, consecration, and intercession, seeking such a coming of God 
upon us as will purge the Church, clothe her ministry with power, and 
save vast multitudes about us who are blinded by sin, and plunging madly 
on to everlasting ruin. 

Holston Conference has been the cradle of a flaming evangelism in 
the past. Spiritual giants have gone out from these hills, such as John 
Adam Granade, Thomas Wilkerson, George Eakin, George O. Ganaway, 
Joseph Haskew, Thomas Stringfield, Creed Fulton, Elbert F. Sevier, David 
Sullins, R. N. Price, Frank Richardson, and George R. Stuart. These 
were great soul-winners, whose names shall shine as the stars forever. Great 
movements have taken their rise among these towering mountains, and like 
our majestic rivers have gone out with increasing volume to bless the 
world. Shall we forget our past, or be unworthy of such lineage? Have 
we tried to substitute human wisdom and energy for the power of God? 
Whatever it is that we need, if we wait before God in sincere humilia- 



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tion and prayer light will break in, and God, even our own God will 
bless us. 

It is our earnest conviction that we need to preach with boldness and 
confidence the great cardinal truths of our Gospel. There can be no 
great and sweeping revival that does not grow out of a well grounded 
faith. Christ must be central in our message. Christ exalted as King 
of Kings and Lord of Lords, a Christ truly divine. A Christ who was 
crucified, lifted up upon the cross, who made once for all by his death 
a full, perfect, and sufficient satisfaction for the sins of the whole world, 
and that men are saved by faith alone in Him, the sole ground of our 
salvation being what He did for us, and that all character and good works 
are the fruits of the new life received by faith. Christ is indeed teacher 
and example for all believers, but first and preeminently he is Savior 
and Lord. We must preach the risen Christ, alive forevermore, who 
makes endleSs intercession in the heavenly places, and who through the 
Holy Spirit is the unseen Presence in the Church, the divine center of its 
fellowship, and unfailing source of its life and power. Only out of such 
life comes sustained imssmnay^ motive and fassion. 

We must declare with plainness and faithfulness the Bible message 
on sin. We dare not disguise its nature by changing its name, it cannot be 
explained away. If sin were not a dire disease there would be no need 
for such a remedy. When men lightly estimate humanity's fallen estate, 
they seldom give full honor to Christ as Redeemer. A great Savior be- 
speaks a great need. Our Gospel must probe to its depths the festering 
sore of the human heart in order that the only balm sufficient for its 
cure may be applied. Daubing with untempered mortar will not safely 
build the walls of Zion ; crying peace, peace, when there is no peace, will 
fail as miserably today as it did in ancient times. There is little desire 
for salvation until there is conviction for sin, and the Holy Spirit will 
produce conviction when we preach the inspired message of the New 
Testament concerning sin. 

We must insist upon the absolute necessitv of regeneration as a work 
divinely wrought by the Holy Spirit, as distinguished from any educational 
process, physiological change, or psychological phenomena. Despite all 
our vaunted progress human nature in all its basic essentials remains the 
same, and without the life from above which the Holy Spirit alone can 
impart, is dead to the spiritual world. The divine imperative "Ye 
must be born again," is universal in its application to our humanity. This 
is the very heart and core of our Gospel. Here is where the cross appears 
in individual experience, and it is this doctrine that most deeply offends 
fallen human nature. Any glossing over of the necessity for regeneration 
emasculates the Gospel, cuts us off from the source of power, and leads 
to spiritual sterility and death. 

We are called upon by the very evils of our times to magnify our 
calling. We are messengers of God, called with a heavenly calling. Our 
message is life unto life, or death unto death to those who hear it. xA.ll 
the power of Omnipotence is pledged to give it effect, and to see that one 
word does not fall to the ground. We are not called to academic dis- 



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cussion, to polite dissertation couched in terms calculated to please, but 
to preach with the passion of an evangel whose message carries with its 
acceptance or rejection eternal life, or eternal death. Do we always 
preach with full consciousness of this responsibility? Says Paul to his 
son Timothy, "Preach the Word! Be instant in season, out of season; 
reprove, rebuke, exhort with all long suffering and doctrine. Do the 
work of an evangelist, make full proof of thy ministry." A divinely 
called ministry has been the creative force in the Methodist movement 
to the present. Through such a ministry the great Head of the Church 
has exercised leadership and shaped our destiny. Is Methodism still to 
have a prophetic ministry? Shall Methodism still hear what the Spirit 
saith unto the churches? Yes, if we ourselves be not forgetful of the 
heavenly vision, and sound forth clearly the prophetic message. Such 
a message will be truly evangelistic. The Spirit unceasingly testifies to 
the world of Christ. From the unfathomable depths of the Godhead, 
the mystery of love that gave birth to redemption, the Holy Spirit as a 
mighty Gulf stream moves unceasingly upon our humanity. We cannot 
have fellowship with Him and remain cold and passionless. 

Every preacher is called to be an evangelist. Away with the idea 
that God has reserved for a few the. joy of harvesting souls. All honor 
to those of large gifts truly called to a special work in this field. They 
have their places of leadership and usefulness, but they are all too few 
to meet the need. The fields are white unto harvest and the laborers are 
few. Every man called to preach is called to be an evangelist, and every 
man truly called of God can have some degree of success in this blessed 
work. He cannot be the best pastor without feeling and expressing the 
evangelistic passion. No pastor reaches the full command of his highest 
powers until he comes to grips with sin on the firing line. He never 
fully realizes the greatness of his calling until he knows the agony of 
travail for souls, and Jacob like prevails with God. No man called of 
God feels satisfied until he sees trophies of his ministry in newborn souls. 
No other success can requite the man called of God. He cannot keep 
his ministry on the highest level without engaging frequently in the white 
heat of spiritual battle. He needs the revival season quite as much as his 
people. 

There is no conflict or antagonism between New Testament evange- 
lism and Christian education. Both take their authority and derive their 
power from the New Testament, and when this is true each complements 
the other. Christian education must in spirit and content be true to the 
New Testament and recognize it as final authority. Such education 
prepares the soil and sows the seed for fruitful evangelism, and effectually 
conserves its fruits. Neither can accomplish maximum results without 
the other. The preparatory work of Christian education needs the in- 
tensive revival effort to produce a full harvest, and the revival effort will 
be fruitful in proportion as the preparation has been thorough. Again 
revival results can only be fully conserved by education in the truth, and 
training in service. Wherever there has been apparent conflict it has 
been due to erroneous views of one or the other, to misunderstanding, to 



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misguided zeal on the part of advocates of some particular method, one- 
sided views of the truth, or some or all of these combined. We must not 
be unmindful that our Christian education movement needs to be on 
guard against various insidious errors which have crept into the general 
held of religious education. Such views as ignore or discount the super- 
natural in Christian experience, the work of the Holy Spirit, discard the 
authority of the new Testament, and reduce conversion to little more than 
a phase of adolescence, and a matter for psychological analysis. Such 
views as are indicated by the following quotations from a recent book on 
the Psychology of Religious Awakening. The author quotes with apparent 
approval the following: "Conversion is a natural, normal, universal, and 
necessary process at a stage when life pivots over from an autocentric to 
a heterocentric basis." Whatever that may mean, it does not mean what 
Christ implied in the words "Ye must be born again." 

Again the same author says: "It is a fact of common observation that 
religion, even in its highest and purest forms dawns in the individual 
coincidentally with puberty, and in its development revolves around the 
conceptions of love, fatherhood, the family, and other ideas suggestive of 
the sexual relation. The storm and stress, conviction of sin, and general 
disturbance of the emotional life attending religious awakening, is a part 
of the general adolescent ferment 'which accompanies the biological 
changes of puberty." This does not reflect New Testament teaching 
on the great matter of conversion, nor does it show any kinship with the 
doctrines of Methodism. Nor does the following: "It thus appears that 
there is nothing in the psychological phenomenon of conversion itself, 
not even when the conversion is distinctly religious, to demand conviction 
for sin, or the sense of guilt and condemnation." The same author 
makes the bold statement that "In neither of the two branches of Method- 
ism, (Methodis Episcopal, and Mehodist Episcopal South) is any mention 
made in the Ritual of the necessity of conversion, both taking it for 
granted that children are born regenerate, and may retain that nature." 
He undertakes to state the position of those who believe in religious educa- 
tion in the following language: "Religious education has however, passed 
from the stage of simple instruction in facts to the position that religion 
itself may be developed from the capacities of original nature by an educa- 
tional process." What a gulf between this and the teaching of Wesley. 

These and views close akin to them are rife, and a vast literature 
has been created, and therefore leaders in Christian education need to be 
on guard. The book quoted from was written by a prominent author 
in our own Church, but we are- persuaded that such views are not held by 
our authorized leaders in. Christian education. Dr. W. F. Quillian, 
General Secretary of our Christian Education Board, has the full confi- 
dence of the Church as a man of evangelical experience, and standing for 
the vital truths of Methodism. In Rev. F. B. Shelton of our own Con- 
ference we have a man whom we can safely follow, and whose evangelical 
spirit is unquestioned. 

We believe that the surest defense against all such error is the closest 
cooperation and most sympathetic ujiderstanding between leaders in 



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evangelism and leaders in Christian education. These fields overlap and 
each needs the other. We believe that our Training schools and Insti- 
tutes may be made even more effective than in the past, if in addition 
to the excellent courses already carried greater emphasis can be placed 
upon the importance of vital Christian experience, more thorough study 
of Christian doctrine, prayer, consecration, holy living and evangelism. 
This is in line with the views of our strongest and wisest leaders in 
Christian education. 

In seeking to promote a genuine and general revival in Holston Con- 
ference let us remember that it is a great thing we attempt. We war 
not against flesh and blood alone, but against principalities and powers, 
against spiritual wickedness in high places. But we have for our equip- 
ment a havenly armor, proof against all the weapons of evil. The battle 
is the Lord's, and to those who are willing to cast away doubt and fear, 
give up ease, and throw themselves wholly upon God, victory will come. 

You ask "what methods shall we use?" If His Spirit shall lead 
us, methods will be developed as need arises. Let us stand "every man in 
his place" as did Gideon's band. Let there be all possible unity of effort, 
let us be of one spirit, one heart, and one soul. Let us pray fervently 
for one another, and organize our people for prayer. Let us create an 
atmosphere of prayer from New River to Lookout Mountain, and from 
the Great Smokies on the east to the Cumberlands on the west. Let us 
preach about it, persist in our efforts, cry aloud and spare not. Let every 
meeting be reported that His name may be glorified and the people en- 
couraged, then at each Annual Conference session give great prominence 
to evangelism as our Bishop has so effectively done at this session. 

To initiate and promote such an awakening in the Holston Con- 
ference, we propose that a Conference on Missions and Evangelism be 
held at Bristol on January 12-13, when Bishop Ainsworth can be present 
and preside, and if possible to secure Bishop Arthur J. Moore, Dr. Charles 
L. Goodell, and other outstanding leaders. 

The Board of Missions will undertake to promote this meeting, and 
to secure if possible the attendance of every preacher in charge, and at 
least one layman from each charge, and as many others as possible. The 
good people of Bristol will cooperate by furnishing lodging for the one 
night that delegates will need to spend in Bristol. 

To economize in time and travel it has been determined to hold 
the Midyear Meeting of the Board of Missions in connection with this 
meeting, and the Program Committee will confer and collaborate with 
Bishop Ainsworth in making plans for the meeting. 

Signed: C. G. Hounshell, Chairman Conference Board Missions 

Committee on Evangelism, 

M. A. Stevenson 
J. A. Baylor 
D. Sullins Dosser 
J. W. Lantz 



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ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

First National Bank of Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Tennessee 

General Treasurer, Holston Conference, M. E. Church, South 

For the year 1931-1932 

The First National Bank of Chattanooga has collected 
during the year the following amounts: 

Benevolences $60,088.74 

Kingdom Extension 9,068.89 

Fifth Sundays 17,973.98 

Annuals ^ 979.30 

Sunday School Day 575.97 

Sunday School Missionary Enterprise 5,839.20 

Orphanage Supplies 6,152.44 

Brotherhood 2,136.00 

Golden Cross 341.21 

Christian Education News 341.21 

Interest and Miscellaneous Items 19,938.48 



Total $123,164.76 

Expenses of General Treasurer amount to 679.32 

The Bank has paid to the various funds of the Confer- 
ence in interest a total of 420.61 

All moneys received lor General Work have been remitted 
monthly to the proper Boards, the totals being as follows; 

Missions $8,610.00 

Negro Work 984.00 

Church Extension 2,152.50 

Christian Education 4,305.00 

Theological Schools 984.00 

Superannuate Fund 2,152.50 

Bishops Fund — 2,460.00 

^American Bible Society 615.00 

General Conference Expenses ^ 5 5 3.50 

Federal Council .* 123.00 

Temperance and Social Service 307.50 

Lay Activities 738.00 

Hospitals 615.00 



Total $24,600.00 

We have remitted monthly to the Second National Bank 
of Jackson, Tenn., for account of McCowat Mercer Print- 
ing Company, amounts coming in for the Methodist Adva- 
cate, which total for the year $ 75.68 



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We have remitted monthly to J. F. Rawls, Treasurer, 
amounts coming in for the Kingdom Extension Fund, 
which total for the year $ 9,068.89 

We have remitted monthly to W. E. Hogan, Treasurer, 
Mission Board amounts coming in for Sunday School Mis- 
sionary Enterprise, which total for the year $ 5,839.20 

We have remitted monthly to the General Hospital Board 
amounts coming in for the Golden Cross Fund, which 
rotal for the year $ 70.55 

We have received from various Charges and have forwarded 
to the Board of Finance, St. Louis, Mo., for Superannuate 
Endowment Funds amounts which total for the year $ 176.14 

The following amounts are the balances to the credit of the 
accounts named as shown by our ledger October, 1932. 

Holston Annual $ 778.67 

Myra L. Airhart Fund 3,008.38 

Bishop Hoss Memorial, (over drawn) 28.97 

Annual Confefence Expense (over drawn) 188.24 

Conference Claimants Fund 15,552.98 

Church Extension Board 2,047.64 

Board of Christian Education.. 7,376.34 

Board Christian Education Reserve Fund 5,323.89 

Laymen's Work *3 79.87 

Conference Missions, (over drawn) 5,802.04 

Holston Orphanage 4,48 5.70 

Pruden Debt 200.62 

Rural Church Commission, (over drawn) 16.25 

Hospital Board 15 8.07 

Methodist Advocate 39.34 

We acknowledge receipt and hold for collection the following First 
Mortgage Real Estate Bonds for the Boards named. These Bonds 
are secured by First Mortgages on property appraised at more than 
twice the amount of th^ bonds. 

Board of Missions — Name Amount 

8655 Trust Certificate $ 1,800.00 

2819 Trust Certificate . 1,000.00 

3553 Trust Certificate ! 3,400.00 

4683 Trust Certificate 2,500.00 

6818 Trust Certificate 400.00 



$ 9,100.00 
Brotherhood 

2862 Trust Certificate $ 500.00 

4697 Trust Certificate 500.00 



$ 1,000.00 



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HoLSTON Orphanage 

777 5 Trust Certificate $ 800.00 

2492 Trust Certificate 400.00 

5254 Trust Certificate 400.00 

Tr. Cert. 5149 I/2 Int- in Cornett Fund 400.00 

Liberty Bond 50.00 

Southern Refrigeration Bonds 1,000.00 

School Board of Kinderhook Magesterial Dis- 
trict No. 6 of County of Washington, Virginia, 

Bonds . 500.00 Paid 1-18-32 

Fidelity Bankers Trust Co. Bond 5,000.00 

Tr. Cert. 8059 Bettie Browder Memorial Fund 2,000.00 

Tr. Cert. 7567 Sue Adams Fund 500.00 

Tr. Cert. 7461 Sue Adams Fund 1,100.00 

Tr. Cert. 8331 Sue Adams Fund 500.00 

Tr. Cert. 8891 Sue Adams Fund 500.00 

Tr. Cert. 8872 Sallie White Fund 700.00 

J share Attalla Warehouse & Compress Co 40.00 

16 shares Bank of Glade Springs 400.00 

2]/^ shares Kosciusko Cotton Mills 225.00 

M. H. Honaker & H. G. Bradley Note 2,000.00 

Trustees Conference Funds 

8520 Trust Certificate $ 800.00 

8824 Trust Certificate ...-___ 800.00 

2913 Trust Certificate 300.00 

5487 Trust Certificate 1,000.00 

Tr. Cert. 5149 l/> Int. in Cornett Fund 400.00 



$ 3,300.00 
We wish again to express to all the members of the Holston Con- 
ference our thanks for the helpful cooperation they have all given us this 
year in our work as Treasurer, 

We trust that the coming year may be the continuance of the happy 
relationship which has continued for so many years. 
Yours respectfully. 
The First National Bank of Chattanooga, 
By N. J. Simmons. 



THF FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

Chattanooga, Tenn, 

Holston Annual, J. W. Lantz, Treas 

Oct. 7, Gen'l. Treas Exp. $ 10.00 Sept. 26, Balance $426.92 

Balance 778.67 Oct. 7, Payments 361.75 



$788.67 $788.67 

Oct. 7, Balance $788.67 



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DISTRICT CONFERENCE RECORDS 

The records were in good shape with the following exceptions: 

1. Sweetwater, Chattanooga, Radford and Knoxville Districts have 
no complete roll of members, but indicate only those who are present. 

2. The Bluefield roll was in the book on a separate sheet of paper 
and not fastened in the book. The Bluefield District record is in a 
loose leaf book and written with a typewriter. It is the opinion of the 
committee that the ink will fade with age and that the leaves will become 
lost, 

3. The Wytheville record was not before the committee. The 
secretary states that he has the minutes in due form, but that he has not 
liad the record book, and cannot hnd any trace of its whereabouts. 

S. R. Morrell, Chairman. 



EDUCATION COMMISSION 

Your commission appointed at the Annual Conference held at 
Bristol, Virginia, October 8-13, 1930, and continued at the Annual Con- 
ference held at Pulaski, Virginia, October 7-12, 1931, to plan, promote 
and direct a campaign to raise funds for Emory and Henry and Hiwassee 
College, reports as follows: 

The campaign as set up and reported to the Annual Conference of 
last year was conducted as outlined and with the following results in 
amounts subscribed by districts: 

District No. Pledges Amount 

Abingdon $3 6, 1 62.2 5 

Big Stone Gap 275 7,137.75 

Bluefield 246 7,616.90 

Chattanooga 268 5,247.90 

Knoxville 176 3,260.75 

Morristown 361 9,273.25 

Radford 331 6,361.58 

Sweetwater 343 4,694.91 

Tazewell 409 15,126.25 

Wytheville 440 14,395.55 

Alumni and Misc. outside Con. territory 2849 8,836.20 



Total $ 1 1 8, 1 1 3.29 

We recommend: 

1. That the commission be continued. 

2. That the work of cultivating a sustained interest in our colleges 
be carried on continuously, and that the membership of the church be 
kept informed of the need for continued financial support of the church's 
educational efforts. 

James N. Hillman, Chairman. 
C. K. Wingo, Secretary 



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HOLSTON ANNUAL 
We, your committee on printing Holston Annual beg to 
report that acting under your orders, we printed five thous- 
and copies, costing for printing $1,28L42 

For postage and mailing 78.13 

Total $1,359.55 

All of which is fully paid. 

We had a balance at the beginning of Conference year of..- $1,091.05 

We collected on old accounts 79.50 

Collected on new accounts 513.00 

Interest allowed by bank 6.09 

Donations received 100.00 

Making a total of 1,789.64 

We paid for Annuals $1,359.5 5 

Blanks for secretaries . 3.17 1,362.71 



Leaving a balance of 426.92 

Unpaid balances due from the pastors were reported to us as .- 415.20 

Of this, we collected 79.50 

Adjusted by credits 18.20 97.70 



Leaving a balance of 317.50 

On this years Annuals we sent out on consignment 

4,540 copies, amounting to $1,135.00 

281 Copies have been returned 70.25 



4259 Copies 1,064.75 

2052 Copies have been sold and paid for, leaving a balance of 513.00 



2207 Copies in the hands of Pastors unpaid and unac- 
counted for amounting to 551.75 

258.25 



293.50 
Resolved 1. That it is the sense of this Conference that all pastors 
should endeavor to secure speedy distribution of Annuals as early as pos- 
sible, depositing the proceeds for same promptly with the First National 
Bank of Chattanooga, Conference Treasurer; that the chairman of the 
committee be notified of all unsold copies as soon as possible, and that 
no Annuals shall be received by the Committee for credit after April 1-, 

2. That the committee should use their best efforts to get out 
these Attftuals as near after the adjournment of Conference as possible. 

3. That all pastors in arrears to the committee should get in touch 
with said committee either at Conference, or as soon as possible, and adjust 
the old unpaid accounts, and when such adjustment is made that the First 
National Bank of Chattanooga accept all such adjustments and corrections 
as reported by the committee; 



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4. That we the committee feel that we would be ungrateful not 
to acknowledge and appreciate the work done by Dr. Burrow and his 
able assistants in the preparation and editing of the Amiual^ and the 
committee wishes to thank Dr. Burrow and the secretaries publicly. 

J. W. Lantz 
R. B. Piatt, Jr. 
French Wampler 



HOLSTON ORPHANAGE 

From September 30, 1931 to October 1, 1932 

Children in Home September 30, 1931 185 

Children received October 1, 1931 to October 1, 1932-_..26 

Children placed 34 

Deaths 1 9 

Children in Home October 1, 1932 176 

Expenditures during the year $37,568.04 

Cost per capita 192.00 

Expenditures 

Current Expenses $20,090.00 

Repairs and Improvements 2,760.00 

Coal 1,640.0 1 

Physician and Dentist 328.50 

Clothing, Supplies, etc 6,150.00 

Farm Products 2,800.00 

Board Members' Expense 169.72 

Insurance Premiums 1,593.81 

Fifth Sunday Expenses 178.00 

Bulletins and Posters , 608.00 

Real Estate 1,250.00 

Total $37,568.04 

We have many applications for admission at the present time, and 
some of them we shall have to take because there is no other provision 
for them. We sincerely hope that the income of the Institution will 
continue to be of sufficient amount to enable us to care for one hundred 
and seventy-five at least. 

The Board requests the Conference to appoint Dr. J. A. Burrow, 
Dr. U. G. Jones, Messers, F. A. Carter, F. W. Udy and Matt G. Thomas 
as Directors of the Orphanage, and that J. L. Hardin be re-appointed as 
Superintendent. Again we ask the Conference to make the assessment 
for the Orphanage this year a minimum of $2,000.00 — more if possible. 
We also request that the Executive Secretary of Christian Education be 
appointed as director ex-officio. 

Many of the churches are giving us the open collection on the 5th 
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date, and we very kindly request that more churches give us this con- 
tribution. We do not believe that the church has a more important field 
of labor than the work of the Orphanage. 

Statement Holston Orphanage 

September 30, 1932 
Assets 

Cash $ 1 ,9 1 7.47 

Pledges (unpaid) 3,345.00 

Automobiles . 2,000.00 

Takoma Park Hospital Stock 1,000.00 

Clerk and Master (Henry Farm) 12,800.00 

Real Estate 58,151.50 

Real Estate Loans 1,600.00 

Buildings 1 5 1,246.87 

Equipment 16,276.80 

Live Stock 2,575.00 

Brown Fund 600.00 

Jordan Fund 300.00 

Clemens Fund 200.00 

Sue Adams Memorial 7,500.00 

Honaker Memorial 5,000.00 

Miss Sallie White Memorial 704.69 

Bettie Browder Memorial 2,000.00 

$267,217.33 
Liabilities 

Notes payable $ 5,500.00 

Capital Invested 261,717.33 

F. A. Carter, 

for the Orphanage Board of Directors 



HOSPITAL BOARD 

Your Conference Hospital Board wishes to submit a very brief report. 
The fact that we have no hospital within the bounds of our Conference 
makes the creation of interest extremely difficult. Your board realizes 
that a project of this kind, at the present, is impossible. It is best for us 
to support, as liberally as possible, our only connectional institution at 
Tucson, Ariz. 

The year has been so financially difficult that we have not stressed 
the Cause as in former years. We have not pressed our people for con- 
tributions. However, the chairman visited all the Conference Kingdom 
Extension Institutes and presented the work. We hope the ensuing year 
will bring with it "better times," and ever increasing offerings. 

Our Church is now operating twelve modernly equipped hospitals — 
(See Holston Atmual for 1931,, page 77). The newest of these is the 



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Warren A. Candler Memorial, at Savannah, Ga. Our hospital at Montgom- 
ery, Ala., which for some time has been closed, will be re-opened soon. 

We would call attention to the annual Golden Cross enrollment 
during Hospital Week. Hospital Week includes the second and third 
Sundays in May. Literature may be had from the General Hospital 
Board, Atlanta, Ga., or from the Conference Golden Cross Director. 
This money is used in treating the sick poor in our connectional hospital 
at Tucson, Ariz. 

The Board re-nominates the Rev. J. C. Spurlin as Conference Golden 
Cross Director, without salary. We have $158.07 in the treasury, there- 
fore we do not ask for an appropriation this year. 

R. Lake Wright, President 
John N. Smith, Secretary 



SOUTHERN METHODIST ASSEMBLY 

This Assembly was founded some twenty years ago by a group of 
Methodist laymen, ministers, and bishops in the interest of the Methodist 
Church. It was a private corporation, and the church had no official re- 
sponsibility for its origin and no legal or moral liability for its operations, 
or for its debts. Owing to war, depressions, etc., it became heavily in- 
volved in debt and about 1925 placed a bonded debt of $160,000.00 
upon the property and contracted other large indebtedness. Being a 
private corporation it was subject to heavy taxation, found itself unable 
to sell more stock or otherwise pay its debts. In 1929 the stockholders 
proposed to the Annual Conferences that if the Conferences would elect 
trustees to hold and operate the Assembly for the Church, the stock- 
holders would deed the property to the Church subject to its debts. This 
proposition was accepted on the strict condition that the Conferences 
assume no legal or moral responsibility for the debts of the Assembly in- 
curred by the stockholders. 

Trustees were elected and met in December 1929, organized, ac- 
cepted a deed to the property and took over the operation of the As- 
sembly. Your trustees took charge a few weeks after the crash in Wall 
street in October, 1932, and conditions have been so bad that your 
trustees could make little progress in freeing the Assembly of debt. On 
June 18, 1932, a receiver was appointed on petition of a small group of 
creditors. This was done without the knowledge of any of the officers 
or trustees. This action caused the bond-holders to give notice that they 
would, in due course, advertise and sell the property under their mort- 
gage. This sale will wipe out all unsecured debts. It is the expressed 
desire of many of the unsecured creditors, who will lose everything, 
and we believe, it is the unanimous desire of all creditors that the Church 
shall continue to own and operate the Assembly to promote the great 
purposes for which it was founded. The bond-holders have agreed to 
carry their $94,000.00 for ten years from Sept. 15, 1932, provided 
the Assembly will assign to them the entrance fees and the income from 
the sale of vacant lots. On the basis of past receipts the income from 



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these sources will pay the interest and the greater if not all of the prin- 
cipal by the end of the ten years. 

In order to prevent the loss of the Assembly it was necessary for 
trustees, ministers and laymen to endorse for the Assembly and provision 
should be made for these notes amounting to $63,000.00. The holders 
of these notes will waive all legal recourse against the Assembly thus 
making this a debt of honor to be paid when funds can be found for this 
purpose. 

Besides the above the Assembly owes a little less than $9,000.00 
which we expect to raise from donations and pay in the next few weeks. 
The settlement and re-adjustments agreed upon are reasonable and just, 
and fully preserve the honor of the Church. 

In order to protect your trustees and other servants of the Church 
and to insure the perpetuity and enlarged usefulness of the Assembly to 
the Church, we believe this Conference should give the Assembly the 
benefit of the small assessment provided for by the last General Con- 
ference. 

Therefore, we recommend: "First, That the trustees of Lake 
Junaluska Methodist Assembly representing the Holston Conference by 
an appointed committee with authority to raise bv individual contribu- 
tions the amount requested of this Conference, or such amount as they 
can raise." Second, That the Treasurer shall not pay the proceeds to the 
Assembly until he has satisfactory proof that this assessment with other 
donations and income will free the Assembly from the menace of present 
debts. Third, That the proceeds of this assessment shall be paid to and 
accepted by said Assembly onlv upon the strict condition that the officers 
and trustees shall have no power to create any indebtedness against the 
Assembly except for operating expenses, and that at the beginning of 
each year a budget for operating expenses shall be fixed and in no case 
shall said budget exceed the operating income of the previous year, and 
the superintendent, or business manager, shall give bond to pay all ex- 
penditures, he may make in excess of the budget; and that no buildings, 
improvements or other matters outside the budget shall be started or any 
contracts made until raone-^' is in hands for said purpose, and all work, 
purchases, and expense shall cease when no money is in hand to pay 
for same. Fourth, That Dr. J. A. Baylor be elected trustee for a 
term of two years. 

Frank Y. Jackson, Chairman 

W. E. Brock 

D. Sullins Stuart 

W. P. Eastwood 

M. A. Stevenson 

F. A. Carter 



SPIRITUAL STATE OF THE CHURCH 

The Church, as founded by the Master, was a spiritual organization, 
and as such was intended to become a soul-saving institution. While it 
was to be and remain in the world, it was not to be of the world. In 



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this it is unique and different from any and all institutions promulgated 
by man for the betterment of the race. Jesus Christ came not to found 
a world-empire, such as many Jews of his day hopefully anticipated, 
but to inaugurate a movement that would reach to the depths of human 
need, change the ideals of the race and lift humanity to a plane com- 
mensurate with God's purpose in the creation of man. So the Church 
as an institution, was created for this purpose. That the Church might 
function to that end, God has and is calling men through the Church 
to go to the ends of the earth, there teach, preach and evangelize, until 
the whole world has been included in the call to repentance and faith in 
Christ our Lord and Savior. 

Ministers and laymen of the Conference should be more than 
grateful for the privilege of having a part in this remarkable world 
program, and be willing to go to any length and make any sacrifice that 
the kingdom of God may be established throughout the bounds of this 
Conference, with a history second to none among the many Conferences 
of Southern Methodism. 

We rejoice in the fact that there has been quite a number of con- 
versions and reclamations during the Conference year, and many of our 
preachers have made enviable records in their evanglistic efforts; but we 
feel that there is a great spiritual dearth among our people, and an im- 
perative need for a deeper experience of grace in their religious lives. 
We, therefore, recommend, that the coming Conference year may be 
one given over to the salvation of souls and the cultivation of a finer and 
deeper religious experience among our people. 

P. P. Tabor, Chairman 
W. H. Briggs, Secretary 




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THOMAS PRIDDY MRS.E.W.MORT CHARLES E.STEELE 






8ENJ.C. WILSON WALTER HODSE MRS.A.H.C'-ARK 

Died During The Past 
Conference Year 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 

Memoirs 



DAVID P. HURLEY 

David P. Hurley, son of James F. and Julia A. Hurley, was born 
February 28, 1861, in Ashe Co., N. C. The Hurleys were substantial 
people, living comfortably but not in affluence, there in the old North 
State. His father was killed during the war between the States. Young 
David from that time lived in the home of his maternal uncle, David 
Dixon. His early advantages were such as to give him a liberal education, 
he having attended school at Emory and Henry College in his final pre- 
paration for his chosen profession, that of teaching. While a student at 
Sparta, N. C, he was converted to God, joined the Methodist Episcopal 
Church, South, and lived a 'consistent Christian life to the end. For 
eight years he followed his chosen profession, teaching as high school 
principal. His deep piety and sincere interest in mankind led him to see 
the needs of a lost world. He consequently heard and answered the 
call to preach. 

Joining the Holston Conference at a session held in Wytheville, 
October 1889, he was sent to the Independence circuit, where he re- 
mained four years, completing his Conference course of study on schedule 
time, despite the heavy work of that large circuit, and making a splendid 
record as preacher and pastor. From there he was sent to serve the 
Spring Valley circuit, where he remained four years; then to the Lead 
Mines circuit for the full four years. During the first twelve year? 
of his life in the Conference he served only three appointments. From 
there he was sent to Williamson, now in the Western Virginia Conference, 
for one year; Saltville, three years, and had been appointed to the fourth 
when the death of the late lamented J. O. Straley made vacant the 
Tazewell District to which has was appointed presiding elder. 

In this new relation he gave himself to the work of the Church 
without stint and remained the full four years, as he had often done 
before. He was from there appointed to the Radford District where 
he did four successful years work, meeting all of his appointments and 
giving such personal direction to the work as to make his stay most 
effectual. The Wytheville District next received him to. profit by his 
leadership. At the end of the third year his health had begun to fail. 
Long years of hard work and exposure on large circuits and districts were 
taking their toll from his never over robust body. It was thought best 
that he should not face the dangers of so large a country district and 
the exposure incidental to its superintendency, consequently he was sent 
to Pulaski station, where he had served four years as presiding elder, and 
where he was received most gladly. His work there, his last, was prob- 
ably the best work of his life. He remained there for three years, at 
the end of which time the disease that had been the cause of his giving 
up the district, creeping paralysis, had so advanced that he was com- 
pelled to give up the work he so much loved and take the superannuate'? 



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relation. This proved to be his last appointment. As he had usually 
served four years, there being only two exceptions, so he sustained this 
relation to the Conference, a little more than four years. The dreadful 
malady kept steadily advancing; but calmly and with such Christian 
forti.ude as one seldom sees, he faced death almost daily. I was much 
in his home during this period; we Avere close confidential friends; but 
I never heard a word of complaint, for there were none uttered. He 
went about such work as he could do and studied as had been his custom 
in health, taking a lively interest in everything about him, the issues of 
Church and state, joking and teasing as if he were in no danger of death 
at almost every moment. His faith held steady and he was resigned. 

He was happily married to Miss SallieA. Nukirk, July 17, 1889, 
who became his faithful helpmate and able assistant in every undertaking. 
Her place by his side was always faithfully and ably filled. Cheerfully 
she went with him to. the hard places without a murmer; but with a buoy- 
ant faith, holding up his hands and lending the courage of her loyalty to 
him and to the Church. Her devotion during the trying years of his 
afflict.on was touchingly tender and beautiful. To this union were born 
two sons and four daughters: Blanch, Roanoke City schools; Dwight P., 
Charleston, W. Va., principal High school; Willie Neal, principal High 
school, Pembroke, Va. ; Mrs. C. M. Peters, Craddock, Va.; Mrs. K. E. 
Baber, Lexington, Ky. ; and Mrs. H. C. Branch, Radford, Va. All of 
these survive him, as do also twelve grand-children. 

He passed from this world of toil and sorrow, interspersed with 
rest and joy, to that vast beyond, where we confidently expect to find him 
waiting at the beautiful gate when the last sun goes down. He was 
removed to the Hospital Roanoke, his familv and friends hoping against 
hope for his recovery. He died January 10, 1932. The remains were 
brought back to Pulaski where he had last served, and with a throng 
of all classes, including many members of the Conference the simple 
rites were performed and we laid him to rest on a hill-top overlooking 
the scenes of his labors. He had fought a good fight, he had kept the 
faith, he had finished his course, and we believe there was a crown of 
righteousness laid up for him in heaven. 

I regard it as one of the high privileges of more than thirty years 
in the ministry to have known him well, to have shared his friendship 
and to have stood by his side. In most of the scenes through which the 
life of a Methodist preacher wends its way it was my happy experience 
to pass with him. In the pastorate, in the boards, on committees, in the 
Bishop's cabinet, in every relationship he was always the same trust- 
worthy, self sacrificing, painstaking, unselfish faithful friend to the 
cause of God and his brethren in the ministry. It was my privilege to 
sit in every cabinet session of which he was a member. He was there, 
as everywhere else, a hard working, conscientious brother. I never heard 
him say a word behind the closed doors of the cabinet about any brother 
or charge that might not have been uttered in their presence. The 
Cabinet tries the very souls of men. There are temptations to favor 
friends; to become careless — at least not so alert, after days of working 
in the long grind of its sessions, but he was vigilant, never neglecting a 



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member or a charge. The smallest as well as the largest received his 
faithful attention. He was not, in the cabinet, the presiding elder of the 
district alone, but of the Conference, seeking to avoid a misappointment 
in any place and to do justly by all. 

He was a man true to his convictions and purposes, courageous and 
generous to a fault. He was unafraid, but never harsh; he did not think 
more highly of himself than he ought to have thought, yet he had 
no false modesty. He was a student of nature, of men, as well as of the 
best books and the Word of God. He was an independent thinker, never 
fanatical, but he carefully examined all propositions and reached his own 
conclusions. 

As a minister he was humble, obedient and faithful. He preached 
the gospel without apologies to any — not the "traditions of the elders," 
ihe halfway established theories sent out by the even popular writers. 
He preached out of a full experience, often rising to heights of the 
sublime in his powers to discern and to express in well chosen words that 
poetry he felt in his soul. He forced his fellow ministers and all others 
to respect his opinions and to follow his leadership by his righteousness 
of life and ability to comprehend. 

He spoke with the authority of God's Word out of an experience 
that admitted of no peradventure. The fundamental teachings of the 
Book were his favorite themes, and through them he pursuaded men. As 
a pulpiteer he was popular, and this popularity grew to the end of his 
day?. He was convincing, earnest and eloquent. When his voice is 
silent I stand in my place to say, I have never known a better man. 
When I was appointed to Marion and ready to leave Radford, where he 
had made his home during the years of his superannuation, I went to say 
goodbye to Dave. Without a tremor in his voice he said, "Ed, one of 
these days they will be calling you back to lay me to rest — ^you know 
where to find me when life is over." 

So the last chapter of his life has been written. A good man and 
true has gone home to the household of a good God. 

E. A. Shugart. 



J. TYLER FRAZIER 

Jacob Tyler Frazier was born in Giles County, Va., November 22, 
1 840, the son of George A. and Sallie Dillon Frazier, and died at his 
home in Chilhowie, Va., February 23, 1932. Thus in his 92nd year 
"the grand old man of Holston Conference" passed from labor into 
God's eternal rest. He was converted and united with the Church at 
Old Wabash Camp Ground at the age of 16. He was a preacher before 
he was 21. He was admitted on trial into the Holston Conference at 
Marion, Va., September 15, 1865, and received into full connection at 
Cleveland, Tenn., in 1867, and ordained deacon bv Bishop Wightman. 
He was ordained elder by Bishop Kavanaugh, at Wytheville, Va., in 
1870, He was an active Christian and loyal Methodist for 76 years, a 



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preacher for 71 years, and died in the 67th year of his admission on trial 
and in the 65th year of his full membership in the Conference. 

He enlisted in Company D. Seventeenth Virginia Regiment at the 
beginning of the Civil War, and served in the Confederate Army under 
Gen. Lee to the end of the war. He was made chaplain, and by his 
tireless ministry to his comrades he won many to enlist as soldiers of 
Christ. He was greatly loved by his comrades and they fondly called 
him "the barefooted preacher." As an evidence of his devotion, to him 
belongs the distinction of having organized the first Y. M. C. A. in the 
South. It was not affiliated with the parent organization, but it was 
no less real in fact and in name. Its membership was composed of soldiers 
from five regiments and it was called the "Y. M. C. A. of Kemper's 
Brigade." Brother Frazier was its president. 

He was married in September, 1 866, to Maria Virginia Taylor, 
daughter of J. W. and Mary Tate Taylor, of Tazewell County, Va., 
and this union was blessed with eight children, five of whom survive: 
Mrs. J. R. Eakin, Radford, Va.; Dr. H. B. Frazier, Bluefield, Va.; J. T. 
Frazier II, Chilhowie, Va. ; C. C. Frazier, Bluefield, W. Va.; and 'Mrs. 
D. D. Staley, Marion, Va. His second marriage was to Fannie D. Mc- 
Broom, daughter of Judge J. W. and Henrietta Jackson McBroom, of 
Abingdon, Va., April 8, 1913, and she survives him. He is also survived 
by one brother. Rev. G. A. Frazier, of Villa Grove, 111., and by seven- 
teen grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. 

Brother Frazier served in every capacity of the regular ministry, on 
circuits, missions, stations and districts and was successful on all. His 
first appointment was junior preacher on the Jeffersonville Circuit, and his 
last was junior preacher on the Chilhowie Circuit. Other of his ap- 
pointments were East Tazewell; Lebanon; Main Street, Bristol; Broad 
Street, Knoxville; Pocahontas; Newbern; Bland Street, Bluefield; Marion; 
Chilhowie; Conference Evangelist, and Emorv Circuit and College 
Chaplain, and on the Jeff"ersonville, Abingdon and Radford Districts. 
He was superannuated in 1919, having served in the Conference for 
54 years. 

He towered high above the ordinary both as a preacher and a per- 
sonality. As a preacher, he was a genius. His insight into scriptural 
truth was marvelous, and in his presentation of it he swayed multitudes 
as few men ever have. For years he was the most widely known and 
admired preacher in his Conference. He stirred people to their pro- 
foundest depths. While congregations were moved to tears, hardened 
sinners turned to God and saints were in transports of joy. He had a 
wonderful flow of language. He was never at loss for a word. His 
powers of description were wonderful. He could depict scenes and in- 
cidents so vividly that they became visual to the eyes of his hearers. 
Probably this accounts for the tremendous impression he made at the 
Centenn'al session of the Tennessee Conference in 1912, in McKendree 
Church, Nashville, when, as the representative of the Holston Conference, 
he made an address on Old Time Circuit Riders. Quickened by the 
magic of his words, his audience saw as in a moving panorama, the 



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toils and privations of the evangels of the Cross and their quenchless zeal 
and all conquering faith as they battled for the Lord. 

Brother Frazier was preeminently a man of one Book. His thoughts 
and language were saturated with the imagery and appealing simplicity of 
the King James version of the Bible. He kn&zo the Bible and loved it. 
Even in age and feebleness extreme he read it and meditated on it for 
hours every day. During the last year of his life there were times when 
his mental processes were awry, but this was never the case when he 
preached or when he discussed the Bible. At such times his thoughts 
were lucid and logical. He loved to preach and did so almost to the 
\ery end. He preached in the church at Chilhowie on his 91st birth- 
day, November 22, of last year. 

He was a man of strong convictions and he had the courage to main- 
tain them. He was an ardent advocate and defender of prohibition. 
Indeed, there was never any doubt as to where he stood on any moral 
question. He believed in the old moralities as he believed in the old 
faith. He had strong political convictions but he never hesitated to de- 
sert his party when he felt it had deserted its principles. As an evidence 
of the esteem in which he was held, no less than five daily papers took 
editorial notice of his death and were very appreciative of his character 
and his service to humanity, and his power as a preacher and an orator. 
His was a great personality. Some of his characteristics as expressed by 
members of his family were: "Punctuality; I never knew him to be late 
for anything;" "economy and industry, rising early and working late;" 
"steadfastness of purpose;" "love for and loyalty to his family;" "cheer- 
fulness and keen humor." The one who knew him more intimately 
than any other in the last years of his life was impressed by his wonderful 
memory, the clearness and the analytical and logical quality of his mind, 
and she said: "His was the most compelling personality I ever knew." 
And yet, his was a pleasing personality. He was a popular pastor. There 
was ever a very tender and sympathetic relationship between him and 
his people. Every one respected him but no one was afraid of him. 
He was genial and companionable. His hospitality was unstinted. He 
loved to have his friends about him. His guests felt at home. His 
door was open to rich and poor alike. He was simple in his manner, 
unpretentious and brotherly. There was no sham and make-believe 
about him. He stood out in the open, for all men to see, unashamed. 
His early advantages were meager. He had only three months in school. 
Yet, he was an educated man. His information was wide and varied. 
He educated himself. He absorbed knowledge. He was a gifted con- 
versationalist and could speak fluently and informatively on current events. 
He had a comprehensive grasp of the great issues of the times as they 
affected the Church and the nation. Emory and Henry College recog- 
nized his great achievements and his scholarship in the things that per- 
tained to his sacred calling and bestowed on him the Doctor's Degree, 
an honor well earned and worthily bestowed. 

How shall we account for such achievements and such a life.? It 
is said that the will to succeed is half of success. Brother Frazier had 
that but he had more. He had the other, and the larger, half of success- — 



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faith in God. Like Abraham of Old, God called him and he followed 
on and on. He found the fullness of his powers in Jesus Christ. His 
outstanding personality was wrought by the magic of divine grace. 

He was a Methodist of the old school. He believed in the testi- 
mony of the saints and he was never happier than when in a "love-feast." 
He deplored the decline in class meetings and experience meetings. 
There was much in present day tendencies in Methodism that he did not 
approve, but he never lost faith in the on-going of God's Kingdom. He 
was not disturbed as to the final outcome for he had an abiding faith in 
the great Head of the Church and in His power to rule and overrule and 
that the truth would prevail in the end. 

"Servant of God, well done! 
Rest from thy loved employ." 

At his request a simple funeral was held in the Methodist Church 
at Chilhowie, conducted by the pastor, assisted by Rev. W. N. Wagner, a 
life-long friend of the deceased. His grandsons were the pall-bearers 
and his granddaughters the flower-bearers. The funeral was attended 
by many preachers and by a large number of people who came from far 
and near. We laid his body to rest in the little cemetery on the hill 
overlooking the village and the beautiful countryside for miles away, 
amid the scenes and the people he loved. 

T. J. Eskridge. 



THOMAS MORGAN PRIDDY 

Thomas Morgan Priddy was born in Giles County, Va., February 
20, 1874, the son of Frank N. and Melvira S. Priddy. He was blessed 
in that his parents were of staunch religious stock as well as personally 
pious. They were members of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 
to which he was carried in infancy, and dedicated to God in holy bap- 
tism. His father was the first settler in what is now the town of Narrows, 
Va., where Thomas was reared. Almost alone his father builded the 
first Methodist Church in that community. The son grew to manhood 
under the influence of that Christian home and the Church. However, 
he did not unite with the Church until he had reached his nineteenth 
year (the prevailing custom then, and a good one, was to defer that 
event until there should be a sound conversion). For a number of years 
he fought the "call to preach." Following a severe and protracted ill- 
ness he was soundly and genuinely converted to God. Soon he related 
his experience of a "call" to his mother, and, when she was on her dying 
bed, promised her that he would heed the leadings of the Spirit and 
enter the ministry. 

He was educated in the schools of the community, and later studied 
at Birmingham, Ala. At first he sustained a local preacher's relation to 
the Church which enabled him to enter the contracting business in whicli 
he was successful and in which he remained until 1901, when he applied 
for admission into the traveling connection of Holston Conference. 



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He married Miss Willie Anne Fizer, of Narrows, Va., and to this 
union four daughters were born: Maude, who became the wife of Mr. 
J',. \\. Bailey of Princeton, W. Va.j Ruth, who died in infancy; Mary 
.aid Ernestine who remain with their mother. Maude, who was the 
sweet singer, often singing with her father in revivals and directing his 
choir, preceded him to the better land by only a few years. She left 
one son, James Priddy Bailey. Brother Priddy's devotion to his wife — 
a helpmate indeed — and her devotion to him, were beautiful. Into the 
life incidental to an itinerant Methodist preacher's work, she entered 
with all her ransomed powers, urging him on in every good word and 
work, sharing his joys and sorrows to the end of his earthly journey. 
They were happy in their work, in their home and in the company of 
each other. 

He was a man of profound religious convictions, and sought daily to 
live up to the gospel he preached to others. Probably his outstanding 
characteristic was his religiousness. He was an evangelist of great power, 
fervent in his utterance and faithful to his call. His leadership and 
influence among men were felt wherever he went. Thosuands who were 
converted under his faithful ministry shall stand in that day to call him 
blessed. Both as a pastor and a general evangelist he used only sound 
methods and preached a simple gospel full of pathos and heart-felt 
appeal. 

He was of that happy disposition that made friends, and his sincerity 
and affection held them to him. His wit was a real asset, and through 
its use he was able to turn to good account that which otherwise might 
have been embarrassing. He had a deep and abiding sympathy for lost 
men, which reached to the waif on the street as to those in the higher 
circles of life. His ambition was to lead men to the Saviour, and so 
thoroughly did this excellent quality permeate his very soul that he was 
seldom harsh in his preaching or exhortations; but instead he was per- 
suasive, even pleading, always patient, in all of his propositions. His 
home life was happy. His family to him was a joy. He was the big 
brother as well as the father in his relations to his children. This home 
had an open door for all, irrespective of condition or position in life. 
He loved righteousness. He was concerned to find the right side of a 
question and then he fearlessly allied himself with it. 

His record of service is as follows: New River circuit 1901-4; 
Grace Church, 1904-8; Trinity, (Chattanooga) 1908-10; Centenary 
(Knoxville), 1910-14; Grove Avenue 1914-16; First Church Princeton, 
1916-20; Broad Street Kingsport, 1920-22; General evangelist, 1922-30; 
Hillsville, 1930 to the time of his death. We shall not forget how he 
stood before the chancel at the Conference at Bristol, 1930, and said, 
"Bishop, I want pastoral - work, and I know you are crowded, but 1 am 
willing to go to the hardest mission in the Conference." He was sent 
to a mission charge, a large circuit, where he did, probably, the best work 
of his life, and from which he went' home to heaven. 

As an itinerant minister he made a noble record, using his powers 
for .the advancement of the cause of God." As a pastor he was painstaking. 



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gentle, lovable and a hard worker. As a preacher he was sound In the 
faith and faithful in his utterances. In the evangelistic field he was in 
his proper fitting. There he excelled himself in all other labors. All of 
his life in the ministry the evangelistic field was his preference and in all 
his labors this was the dominant appeal in his soul. In that field, or in 
the pastorate, he was much in revival work, holding revivals in his own 
charge and going out to assist the brethren whenever possible. He had 
just returned from a revival at Elizabethton, Tenn., when he was taken 
sick with his last illness. On March 5 he took his bed; on the 17th the 
doclors decided upon hospital treatment; pursuant to their instructions he 
was removed from the parsonage at Hillsville to Martin Memorial Hos- 
pital, Mount Airy, N. C, and on the morning of the 18th his spirit 
winged its way back to the God who gave it. He was buried from our 
Church at Princeton, W. Va., beside his daughter, Maude. A large 
crowd of people and many members of the Conference attended the 
funeral attesting their faith in him and their devotion to a brother 
beloved. 

E. A. Shugart. 



WALTER HODGE 



Walter Hodge, son of Robert Chester and Julia Alice Hodge, was 
born at Bakersville, N. C, July 12, 1877. He lived in North Carolina 
till he was seventeen years of age when he moved with his parents to 
Sullivan County, Tenn., and located near the town of Blountville. He 
was happily converted at the age of sixteen and united with the M. E. 
Church, South. Soon after his conversion he felt called to the ministry 
and at once went to work to prepare himself for the high calling to 
which he had dedicated his life. He was educated at Holston Institute 
and Emory and Henry College. He spent some time teaching while 
seeking an education. 

He was licensed to preach in 1899 and was admitted into the Holston 
Conference on trial in 1901. He was sent, that year to the Bristol Cir- 
cuit. He finished his year's work on this charge and in the fall entered 
Emory and Henry College. After the commencement of 1903 he sup- 
plied Northfork charge till Conference. After this he served the follow- 
ing charges: Grundy, 1903-05; Coal Creek, 1905-06; Rising Fawn 
three months and Hill City nine months, 1906-07; Pikeville, 1907-09; 
Damascus, 1909-11; Bland, 1911-15; Cripple Creek, 1915-17; Inde- 
pendence, 1917-18; Graham Circuit, 1919-23; Castlewood and Dante, 
1923-25; Cedar Bluff, 1925-26; Belfast, 1926-27; DIckensonville, 
1927-30; Floyd, 1930-31; Lerona, 1931. 

While serving the Bristol Circuit he met Miss Mary Frances Mc- 
Lelland and was married to her December 22, 1903. To this union were 
born ten children: Mary Frances and Lucy of Elizabethton, Tenn.; 
Marvin S. of Stonega, Va.; Emory Allen and Mrs. Donald Blach of 
Washington, D. C. ; James of Abingdon, Va. ; Howard, Dorothy, Paul and 
Lyle of Lerona, W. Va. He is survived by his wife, mother, two sisters 
and one brother. 



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Brother Hodge did the work of a Methodist preacher in an orderly 
manner. He went regularly to the charges to which he was assigned 
and preached the gospel to the people emphasizing the truth by living it. 
'1 hat which specially characterized his life was his quiet, gentle spirit. 
He did faithful work on the various boards and committees of the Con- 
ference. For twelve years he was secretary of the Conference Board of 
Church Extension. 

At the age of 54 in the parsonage at Lerona, W. Va., he quietly 
fell asleep on the morning of April .3, 1932. Funeral services were held 
in Emmanuel Lutheran Church near the old Tennessee home. The 
services were in charge of Rev. Z. F. Mayberry who was assisted by other 
ministers present. His body was laid to rest in the cemetery close by. 

W. M. Morrell. 



CHARLES EMMETT STEELE 

The ministry of Charles Emmett Steele came to a close on May 1, 
1932, at the home of his daughter at Elk Garden, Va., following an 
illness of some weeks duration. His body was laid to rest in the family 
cemetery at Bull's Gap, Tennessee, on the 69th aniversary of his birth — 
May 3. He was born in Scott County, Va., in 1864. His parents were 
the Rev. Reuben and Elizabeth Forkner Steele, who are remembered as 
persons of unusual piety and Christian devotion. The father, in addi- 
tion, was a man of inflexible courage and abundant in the labors of the 
Kingdom, and these characteristics were by no means wanting in the son. 
When a lad of twelve years both his parents were claimed by death, but 
this brief period of parental oversight and guidance was sufficient to 
establish him in the Christian faith, and doubtless accounts for his con- 
version at the early age of eight. He grew to young manhood in the 
home of an elder brother, taking courses of study in both Hiwassee and 
Emory and Henry Colleges. 

His marriage to Miss Ida P. Mooney, of Bull's Gap, on September 
4, 1889, was an event of rare fortune to him, the home they maintained 
being a sanctuary of tender relationships and cordial hospitality. The 
family remaining consists of the wife and two children, Mrs. Dr. T. G. 
Smith of Elk Garden, and Charles Keele Steele of Bristol, Tenn. One 
sister also survives, Mrs. Fannie McCrary of Bristol, Va. 

His itinerant ministry of thirty-nine years began in 1903 when he 
was admitted on trial at Knoxville, Tenn., and included the following 
charges: Parrottsville, three years; St. Clair four years; Macedonia 
three years; Strawberry Plains two years; Chilhowie three years; Elk 
Garden twelve years; Saltville two years; and Glade Spring and Meadow 
View, where he had begun the second year of a most successful pastorate. 
The esteem in which he was held is suggested by the fact that his pastoral 
terms averaged more than four years in length. He served only nine 
charges in his entire ministry, exclusive of his last appointment, which 
gave promise of extended duration. 

As indicated. Brother Steele was a man of marked spiritual endow- 
ment and developed his life along the lines of personal piety and untir- 



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ing attention to his duties. The chapter on duties of pastors in an early 
Book of Discipline carried this significant question, "How shall a preacher 
qualify himself for his charge?" The answer was, "By wallcing closely 
with God and having his work greatly at heart." These specifications 
were a just and graphic discription of him and his useful program of life. 
With few men have the outward activities in a field of labor been a more 
genuine expression of the ideals and transactions in the depths of the 
soul than was true of C. E. Steele. The man and the minister were 
one and the same. 

Those who sat in his congregation characterized him as the preacher 
of a pure gospel. His sermons were scriptural, serious, sound; with no 
idle excursions into the realm of speculation or fancy, withal that he was 
a constant reader of approved books and kept his mind responsive to the 
currents of thought. He knew the art of holding a revival, of trans- 
forming power and abiding consequence; nor did he fail to make provis- 
ion for such in any year of his ministry. Knowing his people and their 
spiritual needs better than others, he felt it his duty to be his own 
evangelist. Within a few months of his passing, he conducted a meeting 
in one of his churches, the historic Lebanon church, which proved to be 
memorable in the annals of the community. The congregation was 
literally recast and its membership doubled. 

Brother Steele excelled as a pastor. He had the shepherd heart. 
Always and everywhere in the bounds of his charge he was among the 
flock with contacts that carried the flavor of the "upper room." The 
mansion and the hovel held equal place in his interest, his sympathies 
being broad and impartial. He overlooked no one. A prominent lay- 
man in his last charge told the writer that he had tried for more than a 
year to introduce his pastor to citizens living in the bounds of his circuit. 
He never succeeded for the reason that the diligent pastor had already 
made the acquaintance, and in many instances had established relations 
of pastoral friendship. That he should hold therefore a place in the 
afi'ections of those to whom he ministered, and that sentiments of gratitude 
should be mingled with the sorrow of his going, is both natural and in- 
evitable. 

The personal characteristics that were most readily noted in him were 
his thoughtful demeanor, his unassuming bearing, his kindly spirit and 
his entire freedom from vanity, envy, impatience and self exploitation. 
He seemed not to know how to be unjust or uncharitable. To make use 
of an epigram his outward attitudes were the 'product of inward beatitudes. 
He was an, Israelite indeed in whom there was no guile. But there was 
another side to his personality not so easily discerned but none the less 
real. I refer to the latent strength and courage that lay at the founda- 
tion of his nature. Unquesionably there were reserves of character within 
him which might easily have been translated into the sacrificial and the 
heroic had occasion required. He was first and last a man of conviction 
and principle, and no pressure on earth could have caused him to cancel 
his loyalty to his Lord. Walking closely with God and having his work 
greatly at heart, these indeed were the credentials of this worthy minister 
of Christ; and by them his influence will linger to inspire and to bless. 



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Brother Steele's death was not without beautiful and comforting 
parallels. It occured at sunset on a lovely Sabbath of the spring time. 
The day was ending but the helds and hills and trees revealed a land- 
scape of emerging life and verdure. The resurrections of the natural 
order, manifold and multiform, were visible everywhere. And so it was 
with him. The sunset hour of his life had come, the serene rest of 
spirit that comes of faith was there, and just beyond were the glory and 
the splendor of the life to come. "Mark the perfect man, and behold the 
upright: for the end of that man is peace." 

E. E. Wiley. 



BENJAMIN CARNELIN WILSON 

Benjamin "Carnelin Wilson, son of Rev. Martin V. and Elizabeth 
Lovelace Wilson, was born in Allen County, Ky., February 8, 1865. 
Here he spent his bo}-hood and youth. He was converted in his teens 
and at once united with the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, at Old 
Shiloh. His family belonged to this church, his father being a staunch 
supporter of the same, and also a local preacher. His father's home was 
the home of the pastor and his family. Many times during the last 
years of his life, Brother Wilson referred to the impressions made upon 
him as a small boy when he would sit up late at night listening to the 
conversation of his father and his pastor, and how his heart rejoiced when 
he could render some service to the preacher. 

His mother who was a sister of the late Henry S. Lovelace of the 
Louisville Conference, died when Brother Wilson was one and a 
half years old. When bidding the family good-bye she placed her hand 
upon the head of her baby boy and prayed God's blessings upon him. 
He attended high school and college at Franklin, Ky. 

He was married to Miss Alberta M. Wilson, of Allen County, Ky., 
September 6, 1888, Rev. Enoch M. Crowe, father of Dr. John M. Crowe 
officiating. To this union were born three sons and a daughter; the 
three sons are living but the daughter died at the age of ten years. 

Brother Wilson taught school a number of years in Southern Ky., 
and Middle Tenn. He said he could not remember when he did not feel 
the call of God to preach the gospel, but he felt the responsibility so 
great he hesitated for a number of years. But as the call became more 
impressive and stronger so much so that he felt "woe is me if I preach 
not the gospel," the struggle becoming so desperate that he fell to the 
floor weeping, God gave him the victory, and he was licensed to preach 
in April, 1907. H-e joined the Louisville Conference September 29, 
1908, the Conference being held that year at Settle Memorial Church, 
Owensboro, Ky., Bishop A. W. Wilson presiding. 

Brother Wilson served in his home Conference until 1914, when 
he was transferred to the Baltimore Conference, where he did several 
years of splendid service, coming from the Baltimore Conference to Hol- 
ston where he did faithful service till the close of his life, which camo 
April I, 1932. 



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He was a good man, industrious and zealous of good works. I spent 
four years on the E-vensvillc charge, my second, and Brother Wilson's 
last charge. After an absence of twenty odd }ears, wife and 1 were pass- 
ing through Evensville and stopped to visit for a few minutes witii 
Brother Wilson and his family, i found him re-roofing the coal house, 
but he came down and greeted us cordially and nothing would do but for 
us to spend the night; we talked until a late hour before retiring. Pleas- 
ant memories of that visit still linger. He was loved by my old friends 
of Evensville Circuit and as we preachers say, "His tracks will long be 
seen there." 

His funeral was conducted in the Southern Methodist Church in 
Evensville on Monday morning, April 4, by Rev. L. M. Cartright and 
Rev. C. N. Kennedy of Spring City, and Rev. C. L. Cox, of Dayton. 
The body was taken to Ooltewah, Tenn., for burial. There in tJje 
cemetery, on a shady southern slope, in the presence of many friends, 
we laid his body to rest until the resurrection. 

R. C. Camper. 



LAWRENCE WALTON McFARLAND. 

Lawrence Walton McFarland, son of Jacob and Darthulah Fiye 
McFarland, was born in Tazewell County, Va., October 10, 1895. He 
died in the George Ben Johnson Memorial Hospital, Abingdon, Va., 
September 5, 1932. He was stricken with appendicitis during our 
Pastors' School at Emory, Va., and was immediately taken to the hospital. 
An operation was performed, which for a time promised to be successful; 
but this chronic physical condition had taken a too heavy toll, and com- 
plications could not be overcome. Everything humanly possible was d.-ne 
by the hospital staff and friends, but the call was too loud and strong. 

When only twelve years of age he surrendered his life to our Lord 
to be used in his holy service. He was early seized with a growing 
conviction that he should preach the gospel. Some time during the 
period of his enlistment in the LTnited States Army he answered that call. 
He did not go to France, but was first at Camp Lee, Va., and later 
transferred to Camp Flumphreys in Iowa. From this camp he received 
his honorable discharge. 

To him the call to preach was a call to preparation. After obtaining 
his local license he entered Hiwassee College in 1919, in the high school 
department and finished his Junior College Course in 1924. He was a 
careful and painstaking student. But his daily life was most enviable. 
To know him was to love him. It was the writer's happy privilege to 
room with "Mack" for four and one-half months. He was unusually 
congenial and most unselfish. He was faithful in the preparation of his 
subjects and punctual in his private devotional life. No one was more 
loyal than he in the activities of the college campus. In the fall of 1924 
he matriculated in Emory and Henry College, and graduated wi'.h the 
class of '26. Those of us who attended his funeral service at Emory 
shall never forget the eulogy spoken by Dr. J. N. Hillman. Dr. Hill- 



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man paid glowing tribute to the quality of his character and his faith- 
ful attendance to college duties. 

Brother McFarland was admitted on trial into the Conference in 
1925, into full connection in 1927, and ordained Elder in 1929. His 
first appointment, of course, was to Emory and Henry College as a student. 
He served the following charges: Fremont and McClure 1 926-' 30, and 
Andover and Arno from 1930 until the time of his death. As a pastor 
he not bnlv fed the flock, but ministered sacrihcially in their joys and 
sorrows. 

On June 5, 1928, he was happily married to Miss Hattie Kate Hart, 
daughter of the late James Henry Hart and Sarah Joan (Hickman) Hart, 
Gate City, Va. To this union were born three bright boys — Horace 
Edwin, Cecil Eugene, and Gerald Hart. The home life was sweet. The 
family-circle is broken only for a little while. 

This is the life sketch of a most worthy young man. We are 
shocked with, its brevity. We cannot explain it, but we can appropriate 
the excellencies of his character. He was in all things a Christian. His 
life was swayed by holy and mighty convictions and by these convictions 
he had courage to stand. Eternity alone can reveal what he meant to 
his home, his Church and his God. 

"We live in deeds, not years; in thoughts, not breaths, 
In feelings, not in figures on a dial. 
We should count time by heart throbs. He most lives 
Who thinks most, feels the noblest, acts the best." 

His body rests under the shadow of the pines at Emory, Va. It 
was tenderly committed, on the afternoon of September 6, by Dr. E. E. 
Wiley, assisted by Dr. P. L. Cobb, Dr. J. N. Hillman, Revs. H. D. Hart, 
H. G. Holdway, B. T. Sells, H. B. Brown and the writer. His soul 
is with his Creator and Saviour. The mem.orv of his noble life is our 
priceless possession. 

R. Lake Wright. 



MRS. E. W. MORT 

No greater blessing has been bestowed on our humanity than the 
gift of devoted Christian wives and mothers who make home a place of 
rest, comfort and peace, where love abounds and the atmosphere is holy. 
Such a home blesses with a heavenly joy all who enter and abide therein. 
This kind of a home was made and kept by Amanda Virginia Mort. She 
was born of Christian parents of Methodist faith in Washington County, 
^'a., January 22, 1862, the daughter of John W. and Julia Crabtrec 
Cunningham. We are not surprised that from a child she knew the 
Lord, and at an early age made public confession of her faith in Him 
as her Saviour, and united with the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. 

In the providence of God she linked her life with a young man 
who had heard and responded to God's call to tell the wonderful story 
of his love. On Mav 10, 1893, she was married to the Rev. Edward 



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William Mort to become a faithful wife and happy itinerant. To this 
union were born three children: James R., Supervisor of Schools in 
Warwick County, Morrison, Va. ; Miss Ruby, teacher in the Bristol, Va., 
High School 5 and Miss Mary, teacher in the Morrison, Va., High School. 
The three survive her. She is survived also by one brother, Charles E. 
Cunningham, of Abingdon, Va., and one sister, Mrs. C. E. Cregger, of 
Spartanburg, S. C. 

With joy Mrs. Mort went with her husband in his beloved ministry, 
performing the duties of an itinerant preacher's wife and enduring the 
hardships incident thereto without a word of complaint. Mrs. Mort 
served with her husband in the pastorate for a period of thirty-one years, 
in the following charges: Tazewell Circuit, Tenn.; Parrottsville; Tate 
Spring; Evensville; Kingston; Rich Valley; Blountville; Sevierville; 
Lead Mines; Bluff City and Abingdon Circuits, in Va. She knew how to 
make the most of circumstances — how to make a poor parsonage a place of 
comfort and attraction. 

Li modesty, and in all the queenly virtues which go to make up one 
of God's hand-maidens she excelled. Words are feeble in describing 
the beautiful and consecrated Christian life of this faithful wife, devoted 
mother and true servant of God. Her religious experience was positive 
and rich; her faith kept her through all the hard experiences of life and 
walked with her through the valley of the shadow of death. 

After the death of her husband at Abingdon, Va., on March 14, 
1923, Mrs. Mort moved to Bristol, Va., where she lived until she slipped 
out of her tabernacle of flesh and entered the house not made with 
hands, eternal in the heavens. On Sunday morning, June 26, 1932, she 
attended services at State Street Church, where she was a faithful, de- 
voted and honored member during the time of her residence in Bristol. 
On that beautiful afternoon, seated in the living room of her home, 
suddenly, though quietly and peacefully as her life had been, her spirit 
passed through the gates of pearl into that city whose builder and maker 
is God. I am very sure she had long since heeded the Lord's command: 
"Therefore be ye also ready: for in such an hour as ye think not the 
Son of man cometh." 

The funeral services were conducted from her late home in Bristol 
by her pastor, R. N. Havens, assisted by Rev. S. B. Vaught, in the presence 
of a large and sympathetic congregation. Her mortal remaijis were taken 
to Emory, Va., and laid to rest beside her husband on the hill over- 
looking the college campus. 

Robert N. Havens. 



MRS. E. H. YANKEE 

Sarah Elizabeth Francisco was the daughter of William M. and 
Kizzic E. Francisco. She was born February 12, 1870, at the old 
Francisco homestead near Church Hill, Hawkins County, Tennessee. 
She had one sister and two brothers. The sister Rosa and the brothers 
H. L. Francisco and Rev. G. T. Francisco, a distinguished minister and 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 95 

member of the Holston Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church. 
The two brothers survive her. Sarah, or "Sallie" as she was universally 
known was born, married and died in the old girlhood home. She was 
converted early in girlhood and joined the Methodist Episcopal Church, 
South, at Mt. Carmel Church near her home. On June 30, 1897, she 
was married to Rev. E. H. Yankee, at that time a promising young Baptist 
minister and now an honored member of the Holston Conference of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church, South. From this union there were born 
two daughters and two sons. The daughters, Lucile and Pearl, preceded 
mother to the glory world and were waiting to give a glad welcome to 
mother. The two sons survive her — Paul Francis Yankee, Bluefield, W. 
Va., and Richard Murrell Yankee, Rome, Ga. 

Mrs. Yankee was a cultured, trained, and devoted Christian. As 
wife of a minister for thirty-live years she successfully and devotedly 
met all the demands made upon her. Genuinely converted in girlhood 
she developed a cultured, well-poised and deeply spiritual life. She 
was devoted to her Saviour. Prayer, the Bible, and the worship services 
were her joy and the source of real strength. She was intelligently 
spiritual and Christian. A tine example of the fashioning power of 
culture, grace and religion. She was a devoted wife and mother. She 
loved her home. She possessed the charm of a gracious hostess. Into 
the portal any one could come and find a haven of rest and comfort. 
That Inner circle will deeply miss her grace and charm. 

For months Mrs. Yankee had been in declining health and had 
suffered. It was a blessed relief when on July 22, 1932, she passed 
peacefully on to her reward. The funeral was conducted at Mt. Carmel 
Church, July 24, by C. T. Tally, assisted by H. S. Hamilton and Dr. 
King of the Presbyterian Church and a life long friend. "Well done 
good and faithful servant, enter thou into the jovs of thy Lord." 

C. T. Tallv. 



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199 



Note:-- To save expense of publication the original quotas, payments on same, and deductions by 
adjustment, are omitted. Refer to your 1931 Conference Minutes for information touching these 
items. Charges listed below are only those which actually approved adjusted quotas, or those which 
approved no adjusted quotas but have paid some amount during the year for the Cause. 



STATISTICAL TABLE No. 



-SUPERANNUATE ENDOWMENT 



.H.O 



ABINGDON 

1 Abingdon Sta. 

2 Blountville . . . 

3 Bluff City . . . 

4 South Bristol . . 

5 Virginia Avenue 

6 Broadford 

7 Ceres 

S Elizabethton 

9 Abingdon Circuit 

Totals . . . . 



200.00 
300.00 

1,164.54 
105.00 
200.00 
100.00 
500.00 

1,111.00 



20.00 



10.00 



180.00 
300.00 

1,164.54 
105.00 
200.00 
100.00 
500.00 

1,111.00 



J 3,680.54 I $ 20.00 



10.00 



$ 3,660.54 



BIG STONE GAP 



BLUEFIELD 

1 Berwind — ^Amonate 

2 Coalwood . . . . 

3 Eckman and Keystone 

4 laeger 

5 Jenkinjones 

6 Kimball .... 

7 Montcalm 
a Northfork 

9 War and Newhall . 

1 Maybeuiry .... 

Totals .... 



$ 000.00 I $ 000.00 I $ 



T 



250.00 1 
400.00 
500.00 
100.00 I 
800.00 
400.00 1 
400.00 I 
320.00 I 
400.00 I 



35.00 I 
47.00 
95.00 
17.00 

77.00 
150.00 

20.00 



15.00 



215.00 
353.00 
405.00 
83.00 
800.00 
323.00 
250.00 
320.00 
380.00 



$ 3,570.00 



$ 3,129.00 



CHATTANOOGA 



Dunlap 

Rossville 
St. Elmo 
Dayton 



5 White Oak 



Totals 



$ 100.00 I $ 11.00 




KNOXVILLE 



Andersonville .... 

Caryville 

Corryton 

Henry's Cross Roads 
Knoxville — E. Hill Avenue 
Lincoln Park .... 
Macedonia 

8 Magnolia 

9 Roseberry 

La FoUette .... 

1 Powell Station 

2 Sevierville 

3 Stony Point 

4 Strawberry Plains 



100.00 
287.00 
261.00 
200.00 

40.00 
600.00 
385.00 
800.00 

40.00 
570.00 
250.00 

75.00 
100.00 
300.00 



Totals I $ 4,061.00 | $ 53.00 



$ 4,008.00 



200 



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STATISTICAL TABLE No. 



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CHARGE 




5 

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n 


MORRISTOWN 












1 Erwin . . 




$ 


$ 


$ 2.00 
4.00 


$ 


2 Fall Branch 






3 Tazewell 








11.00 









$ 17.00 I $ 



RADFORD 
I Bland 


$ 


100.00 
400.00 

1,988.21 
400.00 


$ 


4.00 
50.00 


$ 


5.00 
10.00 


$ 


100.00 


1 Glenwood 


396.00 


4 Princeton — First 

5 Kee Street 

6 East Radford — Grove Avenue .... 


1,938.21 
400.00 


vTotals 


$ 


2,888.21 


$ 


54.00 


$ 


15.00 


$ 


2,834.21 




SWEETWATER 
1 Cleveland .... 


$ 


242.01 
557.90 


$ 


$ 


2.00 


$ 


242.01 


2 Riceville 




3 Sweetwater 


557.90 


Totals 


$ 


799.91 


$ 




$ 


2.00 


$ 


799.91 






TAZEWELL 
1 Belfa# 


$ 


100.00 
682.50 
75.00 
200.00 
400.00 
689.00 
280.00 

1,005.50 
338.69 
941.10 
400.00 
100.00 
200.00 

2,085.48 
382.00 
429.00 

1,051.25 

75.00 

100.00 

250.00 

40.00 


$ 


420.00 
12.50 

2.50 

50.00 


$ 


$ 


100.00 


2 Boissevain 

3 Buchanan 

4 Castlewood and Dante 

5 Cedar Bluff 

6 Clintwood 

7 Dickensonville 

8 Elk Garden 

9 Freeman and McClure 

10 Graham 


262.50 
75.00 
200.00 
387.50 
689.00 
280.00 
1,005.50 
338.69 
938.60 


1 1 Graham Circuit 

12 Grundy 


400.00 
100.00 




200.00 




2,085.48 
332.00 
429.00 

1,051.25 

75.00 

100.00 


1 5 North Tazewell 

16 Pocahontas 

1 8 Rocky Gap 

19 St. Paul 


20 West Graham .... .... 


250.00 


21 Wilder 


40.00 






Totals 


$ 


9,824.52 


$ 


485.00 


$ 


$ 


9,339.52 




WYTHEVILLE 

1 Max Meadows 

2 Fries 


$ 


23.00 


$ 


23.05 


$ 


26.71 


$ 








Totals 


$ 


23.00 1 « 


23.05 


$ 


26.71 


$ 













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201 



STATISTICAL TABLE No. 4— SUPERANNUATE ENDOWMENT 



NAME OF DISTRICT 




RECAPITULATION 



1 Abingdon 

2 Big Stone Gap 

3 . Bluefield . 

4 Chattanooga 

5 Knoxville 

6 Morristown 

7 Radford . . 

8 Sweetwater 

9 Tazewell . 



10 Wytheville 



Totals 



$ 3,680.54 

3,570.00 

100.00 

4,061.00 

2,888.21 
I 799.91 I 

I 9,824.52 
I 23.00 



20.00 

441.00 
11.00 
53.00 

54.00 

485.00 
23.05 



$24,947.18 $ 1,087.05 



10.00 

15.00 
65.93 

17.00 

15.00 

2.00 

26.71 



$ 3,660.J4 

3,129.00 

89.00 

4,008.00 

2,834.21 

799.91 

9,339.52 



151.64 



$23,860.18 



202 



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CHRONOLOGICAL ROLL OF MEMBERS, 1932 

Clerical Members in the order of their admission into full connection. The year of ad- 
mission on trial and year of ordination as Elder are also shown. 



NAME 



Thomas R. Handy — 

David W. Carter 

Daniel S. Hearon 

James I. Cash 

John M. Crowe. — 

George A. Maiden 

Richard A. Kelly 

Wm. N. Wagner 

John E. Naff 

Samuel D. Long.- _.. 

Lemuel M. Cartright.. 
Robert T. McDowell.-., 

John W. Browning 

James A. Burrow - 

Robert S. Umberger 

Alfred B. Hunter 

John C. Orr 

Eugene H. Cassidy 

James A. H. Shuler._.. 

William R. Snider 

John B. Simpson — 

Joseph C. Maness 

Charles L. Stradley 

Charles W. Kelley 

William S. Neighbors- 

Joseph £. Lowry 

Thomas J. Eskridge.— 

Isaac P. Martin.- 

Isaac N. Munsey 

Tyler D. Strader .' 

William E. Bailey 

William I. Fogleman.. 

Martin P. Carico 

George M. Moreland.. 

John W. Perry.. 

Pharaoh L. Cobb 

Joseph A. Baylor 

John D. Dame 

Elbert N. Woodward.... 

Michael J. Wysor .. 

James E. Spring 

Wheeler M. Morrell.... 

Joel M. Carter 

Sidney B. Vaught 

James W. Repass 

Frank Y. Jackson .. 

Robert M. Walker 

Charles E. Painter 

Stephen W. Bourne 

William H. Troy 

Joseph E. Wolfe... , 

John A. Early 

John B. Frazier 

Edward A. Shugart 

Hugh S. Johnston 

John F. Jones . 

Caughey A. Beard 

Barron W. Lee 

James L. Mullens 

Keener W. Cox 

James R. Brown 

Charles G. Hounshell... 

Hale S. Hamilton 

Edward E. Wiley 

Samuel V. Morell 

James F. Barnett 

Thomas S. Hamilton.... 

Z. D. Holbrook... 

John W. Helvey.. 

J. Rutledge King 



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1871 

1872 

1873 

1875 

1877 

1878 

187 

1880 

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1881 

1883 

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1886 

1886 

1886 

1885 

1886 

1883 

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1887 

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1888 

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Richard C. Camper 

Elbert H. Cole 

William S. Lyons 

William M. Patty 

Lewis W. Pierce 

Thomas J. Houts... 

Andrew M. Quails 

David F. Wyrick 

Lorenzo D. Yost.... 

James C. Logan 

Walter S. Hendricks 

Sanders S. Boyer 

William B. Belchee 

Joseph B. Ely 

James M. Walker 

Hugh B. Brown 

John N. Smith 

Charles W. Dean 

Kemper G. Munsey 

Robert B. Piatt Jr 

William R. Carbaugh 

John W. Stewart 

Neil M. Watson 

Jam.es A. Ellison 

Samui;! A. McCanless .... 

Arthur B. Moore 

Charles A. Pangle 

William H. Briggs 

George T. Jordon.. 

Harry S. Hutsell 

Roy E. Early 

Charles N. Kennedy 

William H. Walker 

Jesse F. Benton 

Harry E. Bradshaw 

George O. Gannaway 

William T. Evans 

Washington D. Farmer... 

Samuel L. Browning 

William E. Browning 

Chapman K. Wingo. 

Charles R. Jones 

Ernest M. Ritchey 

French Wampler 

Charles T. Gray.... 

Charles G. McKay 

Graydon K. Patty 

Rufus G. Reynolds 

Enoch L. McConnell 

Marion Quessenberry 

William L. Dykes 

James H. Watkins 

Onnie C. Wright 

Joseph A. Henderson 

Samuel C. Beard 

Jesse W. Morris 

James H. Lotspeich... 

Richard W. Watts 

Robert H. Ballard 

Robert N. Havens 

Emanuel H. Yankee (t).. 

James M. Wysor 

Robert E. Greer 

Bradley T. Sells 

Lorenzo D. Mayberry 

Zenas B. Randall 

Lee M. Burris... 

Sumpter H. Austin.... 

Marion A. Stevenson 



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t From anotlier denomination. 



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William M. Bunts. 

J. Nelson Jones* 

Edgar R. Lewis — 

George W. Fox 

Paul P. Martin ,_. 

Carl H. Wright 

Robert L. Evans — 

John C. Patty (f) 

Clyde E. Lundy — 

Elbert D. Worley 

Elmer W. Dean 

Walter P. Eastwood 

William H. Harrison 

Samuel V. Gibson 

Walter C. Harris* - 

David B. Wright 

Patrick P. Tabor 

Floyd B. Shelton 

Henry L. Dean 

George E. Erwin 

Yemmons W. Brooks 

Louis E. Hoppe 

Charles G. Eastwood 

John T. Booth. . 

William A. McCormack...- 

Wiley D. Larrowe 

John B. Staley. 

William L. Tate 

Thomas H. Francisco (t) 

Patrick H. Horner 

W. Bruce Peck 

Samuel L. Jones 

Thomas M. Bellamy 

Charles L. Cox 

William K. Cregger. 

Onessus H. Logan 

Richard L. Parks 

Sidney O. Frye 

R. Lake Wright 

Charles M. Fisher 

Taylor N. Orr 

Frank B. Wyatt 

John C. Clark 

John W. Hammer 

Walter M. Dean 

Millard C. Weikel 

William F. Blackard 

F. M. Euhrman 

Edward R. Chambers (t). 
Joseph E. Gilbreath (f)... 

Clarence W. Taylor 

Irby E. Ciregger 

Walter H. Simpkins 

Aiisker M. Stone 

S. Luther Payne 

John E. Davis 

Claude T. Miller 

Henry G. Holdway ___ 

William T. Moore 

Jesse E. Anderson 

Charles H. Williams 

William I. Hanna 

Samuel E. Bratton 



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1925 
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1925 
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1923 
1923 
1923 
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1925 
1925 
1925 
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1927 
1931 
1927 
1927 
1930 
1927 
1928 
1927 
1930 
1927 
1927 

19'27 



204 
205 
206 
207 
208 
209 
210 
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213 
214 
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220 



224 
225 
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261 
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265 



W". Austin White 

M. R. Chambers* 

H. S. Auvil* 

Newton D. Guerry* .... 

Roy L. Osborne 

Herbert D. Hart 

Clyde F. Watkins 

Carden A. Hillman 

George E. McCrary 

Arva V. Rudy 

Marvin S. Kincheloe 

Moses E. Deakins 

Archer N. Dailey 

WiUard S. Barbery. 

Opie C. Clarke 

James C. Spurlin 

Harry R. Wilson 

Raymond G. Farmer 

James R. Belcher 

Phillips C. Foote 

David T. James 

Zebrum F. Mayberry 

Thomas P. Sims 

Charles T. Tally* 

S. W. Hayne* 

Roy C. Davis 

Brian H. Greene, Jr 

Rebur J. Atkins 

Bernie H. Hampton 

James W. Hensley 

Frank F. Essary 

R. O. EUer* " 

E. A. Middlebrooks* _ 

R. E. Regan* 

Fynes B. Jackson 

W'illiam H. Dail 

Edward T. Gilmer 

Claude B. Dickenson 

Arthur S. Clear 

Holland M. Russell 

Lavens M. Thomas II.... 

David S. Dosser 

Neil McKinnon 

Prince A. Fades 

Herman E. Lovelace 

Lerov Hankins 

David T. MUes (|) 

Foye G. Gibson 

David A. Warner 

Louis A. Harmon 

James. T. Browning 

Lyda W. Rhudy 

Carmen E. Wilson 

Henry T. Wheeler 

AV. R. Hendrix* 

W. L. Suggs* 

J. C. Foster* 

Wm. M. Seymour 

Carl Looney 

■^Vilbu.r N. Parker.. 

Edward L. Crump . 

Arthur E. Phillips (f)... 



1920 



1925 



1927 



1924 
1924 
1923 
1923 



1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1923 
1923 
1925 
1925 
1921 
1925 
1925 
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1925 



1926 
1926 
1926 
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1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 



1925 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 



1928 
1928 
192S 
1928 
1928 
1926 



1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1928 
1928 



1929 
1929 
1929 
1929 
1929 
1929 
1929 
1929 
1929 
1930 
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1930 



1928 
1929 
1929 
1929 
1929 
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1931 
1931 
1931 
1931 
1931 
1931 
1931 



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192811932 
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1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
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1930 
1929 
1929 
1929 
1931 
1932 
1929 
1929 
1929 



1930 
1930 
1930 
1931 
1930 

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1931 
1931 
1931 
1931 
1931 
1931 
1931 

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1932 



Transfer. 

From another denomination. 

Readmitted. 



2U4 



HOLSTON ANNUx'^L 



CONFERENCE DIRECTORY, 1932-1933 



Name 



Post Office 



Appointment 



1 Anderson, J. E 

2 Atkins, R. J 

3 Austin, S. H 

4 Auvil, S. H 

5 Bailey, W. E. 

6 Ballard, R. H.* 

7 Barbery, W. S. *...... 

8 Barnett, J. F.* 

<■} Baylor, J. A.*. 

lU Beard, C. A 

1 1 Beard, S. C. *..... 

12 Belchee, W. B 

13 Belcher, J. R. 

14 Bellamy, T. M. **.... 

15 Benton, J. F.* 

16 Blackard, W. F.. 

17 Booth, J. T 

in Bourne, S. W.* 

19 Boyer, S. S.*.. 

2U Bradshaw, H. E. 

21 Bratton, S. E.* 

22 Briggs, W. H 

2 3 Brooks, Y.W. 

24 Brown, H. B.* 

2 5 Brown, J. R.* 

26 Browning, J. T.*.... 

27 Browning, J. W.*... 

28 Browning, S. L 

29 Browning, Wi. E.... 

3 Buhrman, F. M.*.... 

31 Bunts, W. M.* 

3 2 Burris, L. M..... , 

3 3 Burrow, J. A.* 

34 Camper, R. C* 

3 5 Carbaugh, W. E.*... 

36 Carico, M. P 

37 Carter, D. W 

3 8 Carter, J. M.*... 

39 Cartright, L. M.*... 

40 Cash, J. I.* 

41 Cassidy, E. H.* 

42 Chambers, E. R 

4 3 Chambers, M. R.. 

44 Clark, J. C... 

45 Clark, O. C. 

46 Clear, A. S.* 

47 Cobb, P. L.* 

48 Cole, E. H.» 

49 ■ Cox, C. L.* 

50 Cox, K. W.* 

5 1 Cregger, I. E. 

52 Cregger, W. K... 

5 3 Crowe, J. M.*..... 

54 Crump, E. L 

5 5 Dail, W. H.* ...... 

56 Dailey, A. N.* 

57 Dame, J. D.* 

5 8 Davis, J. E.* 

59 Davis, R. C 

60 Deakins, M. E.*... 

61 Dean, C. W.* 

62 Dean, E. W.»..... 

63 Dean, H. L. 

64 Dean, W. M. *..... 

65 Dickenson, C. B.. 

66 Dosser, D. S 

67 Dykes, W. L... 

68 Eades, P. A.* 

69 Early, J. A.*.... 

70 Early, R. E.* 

71 Eastwood, C. G... 

72 Eastwood, W. P. 

73 EUer, E. O. 

74 Ellis, W. M.*..... 

75 Ellison, J. A.*..... 



Knoxville, Tenn. 

Oakvale, W. Va 

Bramwell, W. Va 

Boissevain, Va 

Springton, Va 

La FoUette, Tenn 

Eckman, W. Va. . 



Maybeury, W. Va. 

Wytheville, Va 

Athens, Tenn 

Bristol, Va 

Bristol, Va 



Montcalm, \\. Va 

Morristown, Tenn 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Johnson City, Tenn 

Mosheim, Tenn 

Hemphill, W. Va 

Fries, Va 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Bland, Va 

Berwind, W. Va 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Big Stone Gap, Va 

Bluefield, W. Va 

Andover, W. Va.. 



Maryville, Tenn. 

Knoxville, Tenn 

White Pine, Tenn 

Benham, Va 

East Radford, Va 

Marion, Va 

Bluefield, W. Va.. 



Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Benton, Tenn. 

Clinton, Tenn 

Georgetown, Texas 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Spring City, Tenn 

Spring City, Tenn _ 

Erwin, Tenn 

Warsaw, Poland 

Limestone, Tenn , 

Jonesville, Va ..., 

Sevierville, Tenn 

Damascus, Va. 

Galax, Va.. 



Kimball, W. Va 

Dayton, Tenn 

Bull's Gap, Tenn 

Jonesville, Va. 

Sweetwater, Tenn. 

Nashville, Tenn. 

Bonny Blue, Va 

Morristown, Tenn 

Surgoinsville, Tenn 

Princeton, W. Va 

Jenkinjones, W. Va 

Fall Branch, Tenn _ 

Cripple Creek, Va 

Tazewell, Va 

Elway, Va 

Montcalm, W. Va 

Powell Station, Tenn 

Foster Falls, Va 

Kingsport, Tenn 

Knoxville, Tenn 

laeger, W. Va 

Pearisburg, Va. 

Greeneville, Tenn 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Big Stone Gap, Va 

Matoaka, W. Va 

Bluefield, W. Va., R. 1... 
Jefferson City, Tenn— 



Emerald Avenue 

East River 

Bramwell 

Boissevain 

Springton 

Caryville and Fincastle 

Eckman and Keystone 

Maybeury 

Presiding Elder 

Supernumerary 

Ext. Sec. Ed. C. Ed. 

District Evangelist 

Montcalm 

Bridger's Chapel 

Washington- Pike 

Munsey Memorial 

Mosheim 

Caples and Superior 

Fries 

Lookout Circuit 

Bland 

Berwind and Newhall 

Virginia Avenue 

Big Stone Gap 

Grace Church 

Andover and Arno 

Superannuate 

Macedonia 

White Pine 

Benham 

Presiding Elder 

Marion Circuit 

Presiding Elder 

Avondale 

Benton 

Clinton 

Superannuate 

Presiding Elder 

Superannuate 

Superannuate 

Erwin 

Missionary 

Limestone 

Powell's Valley 

Sevierville 

Damascus 

Galax 

Kimball 

Dayton 

Bull's Gap 

Jonesville 

Sweetwater 

Superannuate 

Bonny Blue 

Superannuate 

Surgoinsville 

Superannuate 

Jenkinjones 

Fall Branch 

Cripple Creek 

Tazewell 

Elk Garden 

Goodwill 

Powell Station 

Lead Mines 

City Circuit 

Superannuate 

laeger 

Pearisburg 

Greeneville 

Trinity 

Presiding Elder 

Matoaka 

Glenwood 

Jefferson City 



Member of Brotherhood. 



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77 
78 
79 
SO 
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82 
83 
84 
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86 
■ 87 
88 
89 
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109 

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144 
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146 
147 
148 
149 
150 



Name 

Ely, J. B.* 

Erwin, G. E 

Eskridge, T. J.*. ... 

Essary, F. F.* 

Evans, R. L. 

Evans, W. T 

Farmer, R. G.* .-^.. 
Farmer, W. D.*... 

Fisher, C. M 

Fogleman, W. I.*.. 

Foote, P. C 

Fox, G. W.» 

Foster, J. E 

Francisco, T. H..... 

Frazier, J. B.* 

Frye, S. O 

Gannaway, G. O 

Gibson, F. G 

Gibson, S. V 

Gilbreath, J. E 

Gilmer, E. T... 

Gray, C. T 

Greene, B. Ii 

Greer, R, E.* 

Guerry, N. D 

Hamilton, H. S..... 
Hamilton, T. S.*.... 
Hammer, J. W.*.... 

Hampton, B. H 

Handy, T. R. *...... 

Hankins, L.* 

Hanna, W. I 

Harris, W. C 

Harrison, W. H.*.. 
Harmon, L. A.*_... 

Hart, H. D.* 

Havens, R. N.* 

Hayne, S. W. 

Hearon, D. S.* 

Helvey, J. W 

Henderson, J. A.* . 
Hendricks, W. S.* 

Hendrix, W. R 

Henley, J. W.* 

Hillman, C. A 

Holbrook, Z. D..... 
Holdwav, H. G..... 

Hoppe, C. E 

Horner, P. H.* 

Hounshell, C. G.*.. 

Houts, T. J.* 

Hunter, A. B.* 

Hutsell, H. S.* 

Jackson, F. B. 

Tackson. F. Y.* 

lames, D. T.* 

Johnston, H. S. *..... 

Tones, C. R.* , 

Jones, J. P.* 

Jones, J. N.* 

Tones, S. L 

Tordon, G. T.* 

Kelley, C. W.* 

Kelly, R. A.* 

Kennedy, C. N.* 

Kincheloe, M. S 

King, J. R.* 

Larrowe, W. D.* 

Lee, R. W 

Lewis, E. R.*... 

Logan, J. C* 

Logan, O. H.* 

Long, S. D.* 

Loonev, Carl . 

Lotspeich, J. H.*.. 



Post Office 



Gate City, Va 

Decatur, Tenn 

Chilhowie, Va 

Concord, Tenn 

Loudon, Tenn. 

Independence, Va 

Wise, Va 

Rural Retreat, Va 

Newport, Tenn 

Johnson City, Tenn., R. 9 

Tom's Creek, Va 

Imboden, Va. 

Chattanooga, Tenn., R. F. D 

Kingsport, Tenn... 

Washington, D. C 

Pikeville, Tenn 

Spring City, Tenn., R. 2 

Katowice, Poland 

Dungannon, Va.... 

Abingdon, Va 

Rogersville, Tenn 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Madisonville, Tenn _ 

Cleveland, Tenn _. 

Rockwood, Tenn.... 

Jonesboro, Tenn. 

Bluefield, W. Va 

Dunlap, Tenn 



Cumberland Gap, Tenn.. 

Waugh, Ala 

Cedar Bluff, Va 

Independence, Va. 

Long Branch, W. Va 

St. Elmo, Tenn. 

Johnson City, Tenn 

Athens, Tenn 

Bristol, Tenn.... _... 

Bluefield, W. Va 

Bristol, Va. 

Emory, Va 

Cleveland, Tenn. 

Elizabethton, Tenn 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

East Stone Gap, Va 

Grumpier, W. Va.... 

Appalachia, Va 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Stonega, Va 

Nashville, Tenn. 

Rising Fawn, Ga 

Lakeland, Fla. 

Coalwood, W. Va 

Broadford, Va.... 

Kingsport, Tenn. 

Garv, W. Va 

Bluff City, Tenn 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Willis, Va 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Grundy, Va 

McDowell, W. Va 

Bluefield, Va 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Spring City, Tenn 

Emory, Va 

Tazewell, Tenn. .'..... 

Bluefield, Va 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Chattanooga, Tenn 

Wallace, Va 

Coebuirn, Va. 

Tazewell, Va. 

Hillsville, Va. 

Riner, Va. 



Appointment 



Gate City 

Decatur 

Chilhowie 

Concord 

Loudon 

Independence 

Wise and Mission 

Rural Retreat 

Newport 

Superannuate 

Tom's Creek 

Exeter and Imboden 

Ooltewah 

Kingsport" Circuit 

Supernumerary 

Pikeville 

Superannuate 

Missionary 

Dungannon 

Abingdon 

Rogersville 

Forest Avenue 

Madisonville 

Cleveland 

Rockwood 

Jonesboro 

Trinity 

Dunlap 

Cumberland Gap 

Superannuate 

Cedar Bluff 

Sabbatical Leave 

Superannuate 

St. Elmo 

Johnson City Circuit 

Athens 

State Street 

Bland Street 

Superannuate 

Supernumerary 

South Cleveland 

Elizabethton 

Church Street 

Central 

East Stone Gap 

Grumpier 

Appalachia 

Ridgedale 

Stonega and Derby 

Asst. Gen. Sec. Bd. Mis. 

Rising Fawn and Trenton 

Superannuate 

Coalwood 

Broadford 

Broad Street 

Gary 

Superannuate 

Lincoln Park 

Superannuate 

Superannuate 

Grundy 

McDowell 

Graham Station 

Superannuate 

Spring City 

Emory and Glade Spring 

"Tazewell 

Graham Circuit 

Superannuate 

East Lake 

Bristol Circuit 

Coeburn 

Presiding Elder 

Hillsville 

Aubern Circuit 



* Member of Brotherhood. 



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CONFERENCE DIRECTORY, 1932-1933 (Continued) 



Name 



151 
152 
153 
154 
155 
156 
157 
158 
159 
160 
161 
162 
163 
164 
165 
166 
167 
168 
169 
170 
171 
172 
173 
174 
175 
176 
177 
178 
179 
ISO 
ISl 
182 
183 
184 
185 
186 
187 
188 
189 
190 
191 
192 
193 
194 
195 
196 
197 
198 
199 
200 
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202 
203 
204 
205 
206 
207 
208 
209 
210 
211 
212 
213 
214 
215 
216 
217 
218 
219 
220 
221 
222 
223 
224 
225 



Lovelace, H. E 

Lowry, J. E.* 

Lyons, W. S.* 

Lundy, C. E 

Maiden, G. A.*„ 

Maness, J. C 

Martin, I. P.* 

Martin, P. P... 

Mayberry, L. D.* 

Mayberry, Z. F.* 

McCanless, S. A 

McConnell, E. L.* 

McCormack, W. A 

McCrary, G. B 

McDowell, R. T.* 

McKay, C. G.* 

McKinnon, Neil* 

Middlebrooks, A. E 

Miles, D. T 

Miller, C. T.* 

Moore, A. B 

Moore, W. T.* J 

Moreland, G. M.* 

Morell, S. V.*.... _. 

Morrell, W. M.* 

Morris, J. W 

Mullens, J. ,L.* 

Munsey, I. N.* 

Munsey, K. G.* 

Naff, J. E.*.. 



Neighbors, W. E.* 

Orr, J. C* 

Orr, T. N.* 

Osborne, R. L 

Painter, C. E.* 

Pangle, C. A* 

Parker, W. N... 

Parks, R. L » 

Patty, G. K.* 

Patty, J. C 

Patty, W. M.» 

Pavne, S. L 

Peck, W. B. *.,... 

Perry, J. VV.*. _. 

Phillips, E. A 

Pierce, L. W.*__ _ 

Piatt, R. B., Jr.* 

Quails, A. M.-' 

Quessenberry, M.* 

Randall, Z. B.* 

Regan, R. E 

Repass, J. W.* 

Reynolds, R. G * 

Rhudy, L. W. 

Ritchey, E. M.* 

Rudy, A. V 

Russell, H. M 

Sells, B. T , 

Seymore, W. M.... 

Shelton, F. B.* . 

Shugart, E. A.* 

Shuler, J. A. H.* 

Sims, P. T _— 

Simpson, W. H.» 

Simpson, J. B.* ... 

Smith, J. N.* 

Snider, W. R.* 

Spring, J. E 

Spurlin, J. C* _ ,. 

Staley, J. B 

Stevenson, M. A.*..,. 

Stewart, J. W.* ..— , 

Stone, A. M..... 

Strader, T. D 

Stradley, C. L _ 



Post Office 



Andersonville, Tenn 

La FoUette, Tenn .. 

Princeton, W. Va 

Chattanoogs, Tenn. 

Abingdon, Va 

Decatur, Ga 

Knoxville, Tenn . 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Wytheville, Va 

Lerona, Va ._ 

Cleveland, Tenn 

Rossville, Ga 

Corryton, Tenn 

Madisonville, Tenn 

Bristol, Tenn 

Max Meadows, Va . 

Clintwood, Va 

Jasper, Tenn.. 



Roderfield, W. Va 

Graham, Va 

Athens, W. Va - 

Elk Creek, Va 

Davy, W. Va 

Bristol, Tenn. 



Princeton, W. Va 

Galax, Va . 

B ris tol , Tenn 

Bane, Va 

Gate City, Va 

Bristol, Tenn 



South Pittsburg, Tenn 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Bluff City, Tenn 

Gate City, Va 

War, W. Va..... 

St. Paul, Va... 

Pennington Gap, Va 

Whitwell, Tenn. 

Etowah, Tenn. 

Dublin, Va 

Penney Home, Fla 

Galax, Va 

Tyner, Tenn 

Nashville, Tenn 

Honaker, Va. 

Welch, W. Va 

East Radford, Va 

Pound, Va. 

Castlewood, Va _. 

Maryville, Tenn 

Eggleston, Va. 

Bristol, Tenn. 

Lenoir City, Tenn 

Ceres Va. 

Northfork,' W. Va.--".... 

Pocahontas, Va. 

Durham, N. C 

Morristown, Tenn 

Kingsport, Tenn 

Bristol, Va 

Marion, Va. 

Bristol, Tenn. 

Knoxville, Tenn - 

Roda, Va... _ 

Pardee, Va 

Louisville, Tenn 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Rural Retreat, Va 

Spring Valley, Va 

Cedar Springs, Va 

Pulaski, Va. 

Ducktown, Tenn 

Norton, Va. 

East. Radford, Va 

Cumberland Gap, Tenn.. 



Appointment 



Andersonville 

La Follette 

Kee Street 

Brainerd 

Superannuate 

Superannuate 

Presiding Elder 

Magnolia Avenue 

Wytheville Circuit 

Lerona 

District Evangelist 

Rossville 

Corryton 

Hiwassee College Ct. 

Dist. Director Sup. End. 

Max Meadows 

Clintwood 

Jasper 

Roderfield, W. Va. 

West Graham 

Prof. Concord College 

Elk Creek 

Davy 

Superannuate 

First Church 

Woodlawn 

Virginia Avenue 

Staffordsville 

Superannuate 

Superannuate 

South Pittsburg 

King Memorial 

Bluff City 

Superannuate 

War and Amonate 

St. Paul 

Assistant 

Whitwell 

Etowah 

Dublin 

Superannuate 

Galax Circuit 

Tyner and Graysville 

Home Sec. Ed. Mis. 

Honaker 

Welch 

Grove Avenue 

Superannuate 

Castlewood 

Maryville 

Eggleston 

Superannuate 

Lenoir City 

Ceres 

Northfork 

Pocahontas 

Student Duke Univ. 

Morristown 

City Circuit 

Exec. Sec. Bd. C. Ed. 

Marion 

South Bristol 

Epworth 

Roda and Osaka 

Pardee 

Louisville 

Superannuate 

Superannuate 

Spring Valley 

Cedar Springs 

Pulaski 

Ducktown 

Norton 

Superannuate 

Superannuate 



* Member of Brotherhood. 



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226 
227 
228 
229 
230 
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232 
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234 
235 
236 
237 
238 
239 
240 
241 
242 
243 
244 
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246 
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248 
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250 
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252 
253 
254 
255 
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257 
258 
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260 
261 
262 
263 
264 
265 



Name 

Suggs, W. L 

Tabor, P. P.*.._ 

Tally, C. T 

Tate, W. L.» 

Taylor, C. W.* 

Thomas, L. M. II*.. 

Troy, W. H.* 

Umberger, R. S.*... 

Vaught, S. B.* 

Wagner, W. N.* 

Walker, J. M 

Walker, R. M.» 

Walker, W. H.*.._. 

Wampler, F. 

Warner, D. A.*_. 
Watkins, C. F.*._ 

Watkins, J. H _. 

Watson, N. M.* 

Watts, R. W.* 

Weikel, M. C 

Wheeler, H. T.* 

White, W. A.* 

Wiley, E. E.* 

Williams, C. H.*... 

Wilson, C. E.* 

Wilson, H. R.* 

Wingo, C. K.* 

Wolfe, J. E.* 

Woodward, E. N.*- 

Worley, E. D.* 

Wright, C. H.* 

Wright, D. B.* 

Wright, O. C.*..... 

Wright, R. L.* 

Wyatt, F. B.* 

Wvrick, D. F.* 

Wysor, J. M.*.- 

Wysor, M. J.* 

Yankee, E. H.-_ 

Yost, L. D.* 



Post Office 



Rural Retreat, Va 

Richlands, Va 

Morris town, Tenn 

Nolachucky, Tenn 

Narrows, Va 

Atlanta, Ga 

Eckman, W. Va 

Athens, W. Va 

Bristol, Va 

Bluefield, W. Va _ 

Orlando, Fla 

Elizabthton, Tenn. 

Charleston, Tenn. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Strawberry Plains, Tenn 

Pennington Gap, Va 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Wytheville, Va 

Rocky Gap, Va 

Harriman, Tenn. 

Congo, Beige, Africa 

Grant, Va. 

Abingdon, Va. 

Bristol, Tenn. 

Tate's, Tenn 

Belfast, Va. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Fountain City, Tenn 

Lebanon, Va. 

Sweetwater, Tenn , 

Blountville, Tenn. 

Morristown, Tenn. 

.Athens, W. Va 

Saltville, Va 

Abingdon, Va 

Tazewell , Va 

Marytown, AV. Va 

TuUahoma, Tenn 

Church Hill, Tenn ._- 

Wilcoe, W. Va 



Appointment 



Rural Retreat 

Richlands 

Presiding Elder 

Nolachuckey 

Narrows 

Prof, in Emory Uuniv. 

Superannuate 

Superannuate 

Reynolds Memorial 

Superannuate 

District Evangelist 

Superannuate 

Charleston 

Highland Park 

Strawberry P. & Holston 

Pennington Gap 

District Evangelist 

Wytheville 

Rocky Gap 

Harriman 

Missionary 

Grant 

Presiding Elder 

Anderson Street 

Tate and Rutledge 

Belfast 

Centenary 

Fountain City 

Lebanon 

Presiding Elder 

Blountville 

Morristown Circuit 

Athens 

Saltville 

Abingdon Circuit 

Tazewell Circuit 

Colporter American B. Soc. 

Superannuate 

Hawkins 

Wilcoe and Thorpe 



* Member of Brotherhood. 



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PREACHERS ON TRIAL 



Name 

1 Angle, A. A 

2 Browning, C, H.. 

3 Byrd, J. P -. 

4 Clark, A. H 

5 Collums, L. H.— 

6 Dailey, M. C 

7 Davis, H. J 

8 Duncan, R. H 

9 Frazier, J. T. Ill, 

10 Harris, R. F 

11 Johnson, E. S 

12 Joroulmon, C. __ 

13 Love, J. B 

14 McGhee, D. H.- 

15 Neece, D. M 

16 Patterson, J. L.. 

17 Phillips, H. A.... 

18 Reese, R. I 

19 Smith, E. C 

20 Smith, E. D 

21 Smith, L. H _.. 

22 Stewart, M. A.... 
2 3 Stone, J. W 

24 Stradley, Paul ... 

25 Triplett, M. J.... 

26 Troy, H. O 

27 Vernon, W. L.... 

28 Williams, T. L.. 



Post Office 

New River Depot, Va 

Ewing, Va 

Atlanta, Ga 

Emory Gap, Tenn 

Kodak, Tenn 

Atlanta, Ga 

Wilmore, Ky 

Benedict, Va 

Atlanta, Ga 

Parrottsville, Tenn. .„, 

Hixson, Tenn. , 

Tazewell, Va 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Clinchport, Va 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Atlanta, Ga 

Castlewood, Va 

Asbury. Tenn. 

EvensvIUe, Tenn 

Coveton, Va. 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Madisonville, Tenn.— . 
Chattanooga, Tenn. ... 

Clinchport, Va 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Clinchburg, Va 

Bartley, W. Va 

Coal Creek, Tenn 



Appointment 



New River 

Ewing 

Student Emory Univ. 

Harriman Circuit 

Henry's Cross Roads 

Student Emory Univ. 

Student Asbury College 

Benedict-Imperial 

Student Emory Univ. 

Parrottsville 

Hixson 

North Tazewell 

University Pastor 

District Evangelist 

East Hill Avenue 

Student Emory Univ. 

Dickensonville 

Asbury 

Evensville 

Coveton 

Brookside 

Student Hiwassec College 

Flints tone 

Clinchport 

Broad Street 

Keywood 

Bartley and English 

Coal Creek 



SUPPLIES 



Name 



1 Allison, E. R 

2 Bailey, C. C. 

3 Bailey, R. C 

4 Bellamy, N. M 

5 Beets, W. M 

6 Bethea, R. H 

7 Brabston, 

8 Breedon, S. O 

9 Carr, C. L 

10 Daily, W. F 

U DeBusk, B. F 

12 Farmer, W. I 

13 Gadd, L. D 

14 Graham, J. E 

15 Hall, A. 

16 Henley, G. W 

17 Householder, O. E.. 

18 Johnson, F. W 

19 Leming, W. H 

20 Looney, N. W _ 

21 Lundy, C. J> 

22 Marsh, Wm 

2 3 Moore, J. M 

24 Owen, O. W 

25 Roby, W. T 

26 Ross, V. M 

27 Shook, T. N.. 

28 Summers, M. O 

29 Tomlinson, A. M—. 

30 Walker, W. R 



Post Office 



Petros, Tenn 

Davy, W. Va.. 

Floyd, Va 

Edson, Tenn.... 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Chattanooga, Tenn , 

Pulaski, Va 

Stony Point, Tenn 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Chattanooga, Tenn 

Meadow View, Va 

Riceville, Tenn 

Whiteside, Tenn 

Gate City, Va 

Buchanan, Va. 

Bristol, Va 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Bristol, Tenn. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. .... 
Mountain City, Tenn.. 

Spanishburg, Va 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Mechanicsburg, Va. 

Sandy Ridge, Va 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Carlock, Tenn 



Appointment 



Petros 

Roderfieldf 

Floyd 

Independence 

West View 

Wauhatchie 

Assistant Pastor 

Stony Point 

Roseberry 

Wisdom Memorial 

Meadow View 

Riceville 

Aetna Circuit 

Gate City Ct. 

Buchanan 

Ass't Reynolds Mem. 

West Lonsdale 

White Oak 

Perry Chapel 

West Bristol 

Eastdale 

Mountain City 

Spanishburg 

Marble Hill and Zion 

Clyde Street 

Mechanicsburg 

Sandy Ridge 

University Avenue 

Lookout Station 

Athens Circuit 



t Until Dec. 22, 1932. 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 209 

BOARDS AND COMMITTEES 



Admission — J. A. Baylor, C. H. Williams, W. M. Moircll. 

Trial Committer on Adiiiissioti — T. H. Francisco, I. P. Martin, C. M. Fisher. 

First Year — E. D. Worley, S. C. Beard, C. G. Eastwood. 

Second Year — J. F. Benton, L. E. Hoppe, J. B. Ely. 

Third Year — ^T. J. Eskridge, M. A. Stevenson, O. C. Wright. 

Fourth Yeai — M. P. Carico, F. B. Shelton, P. L. Cobb. 



BIBLE BOARD 



Bender, J. W., Chattanooga, Tenn. Frayar, R. H., Knoxville, Tenn. 

Brown, G. I., Cedar Bluff, Va. Hart, Rev. H. D., Athens, Tenn. 

Clark, Rev. O. C, Sevierville, Tenn. Holbrook, Rev. Z. D., Grumpier, AV. Va. 

Cornett, Dr. B. F., Bluefield, W. Va. Houts, Rev. T. J., Rising Fawn, Ga. 

Crowgey, H. J., Wytheville, Va. King, E. B., Princeton, W. Va. 

Dail, J. E., Blountville, Tenn. King, Rev. J. R., Tazewell, Tenn. 

Davis, Mrs. C. C, Rogersville, Tenn. Larrowe, Rev. W. D., Bluefield, Va. 

Davis, J. A.,- Glamorgan, Va. Lyons, Rev. AV. S., Princeton, W. Va. 

Dickey, H. B., Sweetwater, Tenn. Shuler, Rev. J. A. H,. Bristol, Tenn. 

EUer, Rev. R. O., Matoaka, W. Va. Wyatt, Rev. F. E., Abingdon, Va. 

Rev. J. A. H. Shuier, President. 

Rev. b. D. Larrowe, Secretary. 

BOARD OF CHRISTI.\N EDUC.-^TION 

Allen, W. E., Bristol, Tenn. Hampton, Rev. B. H., Dunbar, Va. 

Barnett, W. K., East Radford, Va. Hillman, Dr. J. N., Emory, Va, 

Austin, Rev. S. H., Bramwell, W. Va. Massey, Dean F. M., Knoxville, Tenn. 

Benton, Rev. J. F., Knoxville, Tenn. Patty, Rev. G. K., Etowah, Tenn. 

Brown, C. R., Jr., Tazewell, Va. ' Pierce, Rev. L. W., Welch, W. Va. 

Bunts, Rev. W. M., East Radford, Va. Robinson, W. T., Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Carter, F. A., Sweetwater, Tenn. Sells, Rev. B. T., Morristown, Tenn. 

Cobb, Mrs. P. L., Galax, Va. Sherrod, Dr. C. C, Johnson City, Tenn. 

Cox, Mrs. S. C, Galax, Va. Stuart, Ex-Governor, Henry C, Elway, Va. 

Cox, Rev. C. L., Dayton, Tenn. Tally, Rev. C. T., Morristown, Tenn. 

Dean, Rev. C. W., Tazewell, Va. Watson, Rev. N. M., Wytheville, Va. 

Dobyns, S. T., Kingsport, Tenn. ^Vingo, Rev. C. K., Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Eastwood, Rev. W. P., Big Stone Gap, Va. Worley, Rev. E. D., Sweetwater, Tenn. 

Greer, Rev. R. E., Cleveland, Tenn. Wright, Rev. O. C, Athens, W. A'a. 

Dr. J. N. Hillman, President. 

Rev. C. K. Wingo, Vice-President. 

Rev. O. C. Wright, Secretary. 

BOARD OF CHRISTIAN LITERATURE 

Auvil, S. H., Boissevain, Va. McCanless, Rev. S. A., Cleveland, Tenn. 

Crawford, Mrs. L. B., Pocahontas, Va. Payne, Rev. S. L., Galax, Va. 

Davis, W. L., Morristown, Tenn. Regan, Rev. R. E., Eggleston, Va. 

Dunn, C. W., Bland, Va. Skcen, Mrs. H. A. W., Big Stone Gap, Va. 

Fisher, Rev. C. M., Newport, Tenn. Tavlor, Rev. C. W., Narrows, Va. 

Gray, B. H., Welch, W. Va. Tipton, Q. A., Loudon, Tenn. 

Henlev, Rev. J. W., Knoxville, Tenn. VA'amplcr, Rev. F., Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Holdam, J. V., Chattanooga, Tenn. AVatkins, Rev. C. F., Pennington Gap, Va. 

Littleton, L. R., A\cbb, Crew, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Lundy, Rev. C. E., Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Rev. C. E. Lundy, President. 

Rev. C. M. Fisher, Secretary. 

BOARD OF CHURCH EXTENSION 

Allen, R. T., Cleveland, Tenn. Keys, S. W., Glade Spring, Va. 

Arnold, J. W., Morristown, Tenn. Lazenby, R. E., Bluefield, W. Va. 

Baker, E. J., Fries, Va. Martin, Rev. P. P., Knoxville, Tenn. 

Barlow, T. C, Pennington Gap, Va. McCormack, Rev. 'W. A., Corryton, Tenn. 

Brock, \V. E., Chattanooga, Tenn. McKay, Rev. C. G., Max Meadows, Va. 

Brown, Rev. H. B., Big Stone Gap, Va. Peck, Rev. AV. B., Tyner, Tenn. 

Cassidy, Rev. E. H., Erwin, Tenn. Randall, Rev. Z. B., Maryville, Tenn. 

Crenshaw, A. D., Clinton, Tenn. Ritchey, Rev. E. M., Northfork, W. Va. 

Early, Rev. R. E., Greeneville, Tenn. Straley, Rev. C. L., Cumberland Gap, Tenn. 
Hurst, B. C, Pulaski, Va. 

W. E. Brock, President. 

Rev. E. H. Cassidy, Vice-President. 

Rev. H. B. Bro\yn, Secretary. 

Rev. R. E. Early, Treasurer. 



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BOARD OF FINANCE 



Bailey, J. Will, Kimball, W. Va. 
Barnett, Rev. J. F., Maybeury, W. Va. 
Browning, Rev. S. L., Knoxville, Tenn. 
Browning, Rev. W. E., White Pine, Tenn. 
Counts, C. Q., Coeburn, Va. 
Hamilton, Rev. T. S., Bluefield, W. Va. 
Hardin, J. L., Greeneville, Tenn. 
Kincheloe, M. S., Emory, Va. 
Lewis, Rev. E. R., Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Morrell, Rev. W. M., Princeton, W. Va. 

Rev. W. M. 

Rev. M. S. 



Mullens, Rev. J. L., Bristol, Tenn. 
Pendleton, W. D., Princeton, W. Va. 
Piper, H. M., Bristol, Tenn. 
Quessenberry, Rev. M., Blueiield, W. Va. 
Rawlings, K., Sevierville, Tenn. 
Simpkins, Rev. W. H., Roda, Va. 
V'aughn, John, Spring Valley, Va. 
vVilson, B. T., Lebanon, Va. 
Yowell, Dr. O. Y., Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Morrell, President. 
Kincheloe, Secretary-Treasurer. 



BOARD OF LAY ACTIVITIES 



Allen, W. B., Dayton, Tenn. 

Barnett, W. K., E. Radford, Va. 

Bartley, F. E., Morristown, Tenn. 

Carr, R. F., Cumberland Gap, Tenn. 

Carper, J. J., Pearisburg, Va. 

Clark, J. M., McGhee, Tenn. 

Crenshaw, A. D., Clinton, Tenn. 

Crye, W. E., Knoxville, Tenn. 

De Busk, B. F., Clinchburg, Va. 

Dickenson, H. F., Madisonville, Tenn. 

Dobyns, B. F., Kingsport, Tenn. 

Edwards, J. W., Welch, W. Va. 

Evans, J. H., McComas, W. Va. 

Fitzhugh, Dr. W. D., McComas, W. Va. 

Graybeal, H. C, Emory, Va. 

Hillman, J. N., Emory, Va. 

J. A. Hillman, 
H. C. Graybeal 



Johnson, G. T., Bluefield, W. Va., R. 1. 
Lambert, G. A., Rural Retreat, Va. 
May, O. B., Powell's Station, Tenn. 
McSpadden, J. E., Chilhowie, Va. 
Mims, Mrs. Neil B., Morristown, Tenn. 
Pennington, A. S., Appalachia, Va. 
Richmond, W. D., St. Paul, Va. 
Robinson, W. T., Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Ropert, A. D., Johnson, City, Tenn. 
Rush, R. W., Bluff City, Tenn. 
Smith, E. Clarence, Tazewell, Va. 
Varnell, S. N., Cleveland, Tenn. 
Ward, N. M., Galax, Va. 
Wilson, B. T., Lebanon, Va. 
Woodin, S. W., Rising Fawn, Ga. 

President. 
, Secretary. 



BOARD OF MISSIONS 



Baylor, Rev. J. A., Wlytheville, Va. 
Brock, Mrs. W. E., Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Carr, S. L., Blountville, Tenn. 
Cook, Mrs, F. C, Northfork, W. Va. 
Dean, Rev. E. W., Elway, Va. 
Dobyns, Mrs. J. W., Kingsport, Tenn. 
Dosser, Rev. D. S., Kingsport, Tenn. 
Early, Rev. J. A., Pearisburg, Va. 
Hillman, J. N., Emory, Va. (ex officio). 
Hounshell, Rev. C. G., Nashville, Tenn. 
Kelley, Rev. C. W., Bluefield, Va. 



Rev. 


C. 


G. 


Rev. 


M. 


A. 


J. A, 


, Baylor, 



Lantz, J. W., Cedar Springs, Va. 

McClain, O. L. 

Perry, Rev. J. W., Nashville, Tenn. 

Sheeley, Lynn, Morristown, Tenn. 

Shugart, Rev. E. A., Marion, Va. 

Stafford, J. R., Pearisburg, Va. 

Stevenson, Rev. M. A., Pulaski, Va. 

Thomas, L. M., Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Thomas, Matt G., Knoxville, Tenn. 

Tynes, Mrs. L. A., Tazewell, Va. (ex officio). 

Wolfe, Rev. J. E., Fountain City, Tenn. 
Hounshell, President. 
Stevenson, Secretary. 
, Conf. Sec. Missions. 



BOARD OF TEMPERANCE AND SOCIAL SERVICE 



Blackard, Rev. W. F., Johnson City, Tenn. 

Chalker, H. L., Knoxville, Tenn. 

Curtis, C. D., Bristol, Va. 

Dean, Rev. C. W., Tazewell, Va. 

Dean, Rev. W. M., Powell Station, Tenn. 

Evans, Rev. W. T., Cedar Springs, Va. 

Foltz, G. T., Wytheville, Va. 

Frye, Rev. S. O., Pikeville, Tenn. 

Gilmer, H. G., Norton, Va. 

Glendy, C. D., Dublin, Va. 

Rev. C. W. 

Rev. F. Y. 



Hayne, Rev. S. W., Bluefield, W. Va. 

Henson, Ernest, Bluefield, W. Va. 

Holdway, Rev. H. G., Appalachia, Va. 

Jackson, Rev. F. Y., Kingsport, Tenn. 

Trotter, T. O., Jr., Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Varnell, S. N., Cleveland, Tenn. 

Vaught, Rev. S. B., Bristol, Va. 

Wagner, J. E., Bluefield, W. Va. 

White, S. B., Johnson City, Tenn. 

Yost, Rev. L. D., Wilcoe, W. Va. 
Dean, President. 
Jackson, Secretary. 



The bishop in charge. 
The prsideing elders. 



COMMISSION ON BENEVOLENCES 

The district lay leaders. 

The chairmen of Conference Boards. 

Bishop W. N. Ainsworth, President. 

Dr. J. N. Hillman, Vice-President. 

H. C. Graybeal, Secretary-Treasurer. 

COMMISSION ON BUDGET 



Anderson, Rev. J. E., Knoxville, Tenn. 

Eskridge, Rev. f . J., Chilhowie, Va. 

Harrison, Rev. W. H., St. Elmo, Tenn. 

Faw, Harry, Johnson City, Tenn. 

Johnson, Harry, Athens, Tenn. 

Jordan, O. P., Jr., Pulaski, Va. 

Rev. T. J. Eskridge, Chairman 
Rev. A. V. Rudy, Secretary, 



Kincaid, C. ^S., Clinton, Tenn. 
Nuckolls, W. v., Bristol, Va. 
Orr, Rev. J. C, Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Rudy, Rev. A. V., Pocahontas, Va. 
Suit, ]■ K., Pocahontas, Va. 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 



21 



COMMISSION ON CONFERENCE RELATIONS 



Driskill, P. L. 

Fox, Rev. G. W., Imboden, Va. 
Jones, Rev. C. R., Knoxville, Tenn. 
Long, H. L., Lenoir City, Tenn. 
Lowry, Rev. J. E., La FoUette, Tenn. 
McGonnell, Rev. E. L., Rossville, Ga. 
Morley, W. L., Bristol, Va. 
Moreland, Rev. G. M., Davy, W. Va. 



Morrell, S. R., Indian Springs, Tenn. 
Munsey, Rev. I. N., Bane, Va. 
Orr, Rev. T. N., Bluff City, Tenn. 
Pyott, W. W., Byington, Tenn. 
Rector, E. C, Anawalt, W. Va. 
Rector, T. E., Eleven Mile Ford, Va. 
Vest, /. C, Mechanicsburg, Va. 
Walker, Rev. W. H., Charleston, Tenn. 



Rev. G. M. Moreland, President. 



For membership — see 



HOLSTON BROTHERHOOD 

Directory" marked with asterisks (*). 
J. M. Wysor, President. 
S. C. Beard, Vice-President. 
R. E. Greer, Sec. and Treas. 



R. E. Greer, Sec. and Treas. 
In case of the death of a member, the Secretary and Treasurer should be notified at once. 



HOSPITAL BOARD 



Cox, Rev. K. W., Bull's Gap, Tenn. 
Copenhaver, Dr. E. M., Marion, Va. 
Davis, R. L., Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Ellison, Rev. J. A., Jefferson City, Tenn. 
Hillman, Dr. R. L., Emory, Va. 
Horner, Rev. P. H., Stonega, Va. 
Hornsby, J. H. 

Jordon, Rev. G. T., McDowell, W. Va. 
Lucas, R. E., Fountain City, Tenn. 
Pangle, Rev. C. A., St. Paul, Va. 

Rev. R. 

Rev. J. 



Peery, Mrs. Raymond, 
Quillen, C. M., Gate City, Va. 
Reynolds, Mrs. H. B., Keystone, W. Va. 
Roberts, Arthur, East Radford, Va. 
Sims, Rev. P. T., Knoxville, Tenn. 
Smith, Rev. J.'N., Louisville, Tenn. 
Spurlin, Rev. J. C, Spring Valley, Va. 
Woodward, Dr. J. F., Newport, Tenn. 
Wright, Rev. R. L., Saltville, Va. 

Lake Wright, President. 
N. Smith, Secretary. 




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HOLSTON ANNUAL 



BENEVOLENT COLLECTIONS IN HOLSTON, 1931-32 

(Figures furnished by the First National Bank, Chattanooga, Tenn.) 



District 



• 

Benevo- 


% 


lences 




Paid 




$ 8,407.00 


49.7 


8,803.00 


48.4 


8,339.00 


47.8 


7,407.00 


32.0 


6,104.00 


30.4 


6,886.00 


28.9 


4,516.00 


28.0 


3,659.00 


27.7 


3,764.00 


26.6 


2,396.00 


17.3 


$60,284.99 





Kingdom 

Extension 

Paid 



Wytheville , 
Abingdon 
Morristown 
Knoxville , 
Bluefield , 
Chattanooga , 
Radford , . 
Big Stone Gap 
Tazewell 
Sweetwater , 
Total 



$ 681.00 

1,475.00 

1,811.00 

364.00 

747.20 

3,115.00 

588.00 

161.00 

229.00 

282.00 

$9,456.34 



Per centage for Conference 34.1 



HOLSTON ANNUAL 213 



EDITORIAL WORD 



Mr. y. W. Lantz, an unselfish layman, of Cedar Springs, Va., at 
the head of a committee appointed hj the Holston Conference, is 
doing fine service in looking after the physical part of the Holston 
Annual. All orders for copies of this edition should be sent to him. 
All monies for copies sold should be sent to the First National Bank 
of Chattanooga — our Conference Treasurer. 

Although the featuring of reports in statistical tables from each 
church on circuits and missions adds materially to the cost of the edition, 
the price of the Annual is half what it was formerly. To keep down 
this price to 25 cents per copy it is necessary to sell the entire edition 
of 5,000 copies, and to collect and remit for same. This can not be 
done through perfunctory efforts. Our preachers in charge will have 
to put practical and persistent push into the sales. To place a bundle of 
Annuals on a table, and ask those who want a copy to come up, get 
one, and leave the money, is to fail in the sale. Try some other plan: 
hold up a copy; tell what is in it; speak of the pictures; epcplain the 
value of a Holston book of reference for the entire year; explain about 
each church on a circuit being represented in the records; show the 
vital necessity of printed Minutes, which must pay its way if it would 
stay. Do a]] this with "pep." Presto, something is sure to happen. 

Statistical secretaries and printers have worked hard to get accurate 
statistics, but some errors need not amaze anybody, 

A photograph of Rev. L. W. McFarland, deceased, came too late 
to get in the group-picture of those who died during the year. The 
memoir of Mrs. A. H. Clark did not come to the Secretary. 

The Editor has been glad to work hard, and will welcome every 
cooperative effort to help in a cause which is obliged to go. 

James A. Bltrrovv, Editor. 



INDEX 



PAGES 

Appointments . 40- 46 

Benevolent Collections — Banlc Summary .. 212 

Boards and Committees 209-2 1 1 

Boundary Changes 40 

Delegates to Annual Conference 9-10 

District Conferences for 1933 11 

District Lay Leaders 1 

Chronological Roll 202-203 

Conference Directory 204-208 

Journal of Proceedings -_ 13- 35 

Local Preachers 7- 8 

Minute Questions .. 36- 39 

Orphanage Board 11- 12 

Our Sainted Dead , 3- 6 

Reports : 47- 8 

Annual : 7 5 - 76 

Bank — Conference Treasurer 71- 73 

Bible Board 47 

Board of Christian Education 47- 52 

Board of Christian Literature 53- 5 5 

Board of Church Extension 55- 56 

Board of Finance . 57- 59 

Board of Lay Activities 59- 60 

Board of Missions 60- 62 

Board of Temperance and Social Service 63 

Commission on Benevolences 64 

Commission on Budget 64- 65 

Committee on Evangelism 65- 70 

District Conference Records 74 

Educational Commission 74 

Hospital Board . 77-78 

Methodist Assembly : 78- 79 

Spiritual State of Church 79- 80 

Memoirs 8 1- 95 

Sessions of Conference 2- 3 

Woman's Missionary Society 11- 12 

Young People's Organization . 12 

Statistical Tables, 96-20 1 

No. 1 — Membership, etc. , 96-127 

No. 2 — ^Sunday Schools, etc. 128-162 

No. 3 — Finance 163-198 

No. 4 — Superannuate Endowment 199-201 



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